3 Things Parents Need to Tell Their Children Daily

It’s not easy being a parent. With all the things we need to teach and take care of, it’s easy to overlook the simple things, positive reinforcement, kind words and listening.

Here are some of the things that every child needs to hear from his/her parents that will not only make them happy, but will also have positive effects on their outlook on life:

 

  • I’m Proud of You

 

When you tell your child that you are proud of them and that they are doing well in life, the pleasure and contentment your child feels is immeasurable. They listen to all your instructions, try to follow them and make every effort to please you. When they learn that you are proud of them, they get more motivated, encouraged and determined to perform better in life.

 

  • I’m Always Here

 

Parents think that it is a known fact that they will support their children in every situation but for children, this is something they need to hear from their parents often. You need to tell them that no matter what they do in their lives and wherever they go, you will always have their back. When your child knows that their parent(s) will always be there for them no matter what happens, they are not afraid of making decisions and mistakes and learning new things.

 

  • I Love You

 

There is no doubt that every parent loves their children but many feel that they do not need to express it to their children, which is probably one of their biggest mistakes. When you tell your child that you love him/her, they feel secure and valuable; it gives them confidence and courage.

Some other things you should also tell your children regularly are:

  • I’m sorry
  • You can tell me anything
  • You are beautiful
  • You can do it
  • I trust you

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