4 phrases to demotivate your child

  • ‘What are you proud of?’ Kids can be proud of being able to draw a funny face or doing some easy tasks. Many parents will say: “You’d better do something useful”. However, being able to draw develops creativity, for example.
  • ‘When I was your age…’ Many parents think that telling their kid what they achieved at their kid’s age would motive him. However, what the kid hears is that he is a loser.
  • ‘You can do better’. Many parents say that they are afraid to praise their kid too much or they are used to reminding their children about new goals. But it is impossible to live and work without small achievements.
  • ‘You will not do it’. It is an obvious thing that if you tell your kid that he is loser, he will be a loser.

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