Strange, isn’t it? Starting to see our sun less than before, what happened? Thank you friends for seeing you today. It’s so cool to talk to readers from the US, Mexico, Ireland, Philippines, Germany 😉
When my son was a baby, and started having his first tooth coming up, you wouldn’t imagine what had happened, which I keep telling over and over again for everyone I know, because it was a phenomenon! It really blew my mind, for real!
- Parents never stop asking themselves if they did a good job or not with their own kids. Good parents seek to improve themselves all the time, eager to feed their kids everything that would make them the best, although they are already the best in their eyes.
- Nobody could see your kid with more pride, except you, if you are the parent.
Every rule has exceptions though; sometimes it happened that you’d find an unhappy kid, for a couple of wonderful parents. This is not the norm.
When you grow older, you’ll see yourself in your own kids. It’s you, whatever they are: happy person, gloomy personality, or irritating one. It is all you. It is not because of your genes, it’s because you raised them up the way you are.
A “fixed mindset” assumes that our character, intelligence, and creative ability are static givens which we can’t change in any meaningful way, and success is the affirmation of that inherent intelligence, an assessment of how those givens measure up against an equally fixed standard; striving for success and avoiding failure at all costs become a way of maintaining the sense of being smart or skilled.
A “growth mindset,” on the other hand, thrives on challenge and sees failure not as evidence of un-intelligence but as a heartening springboard for growth and for stretching our existing abilities.
I guess, what we should address here is that, we know that you’re doing your best, when you’re a good parent, but it realistically takes more than doing your best! 🙄
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