Changing defects is not difficult-woodmam

Then, there is another most and most effective method, which is connected with all the above methods, eight words in total: appreciation; praise; encouragement; and example.

  Because all descriptions, all mental cues contain some kind of appreciation and praise, and the most positive descriptions and the most positive mental cues can only be implemented through appreciation, praise, encouragement and example to the child.

  Edison's mother at that time had an appreciation for her child, saying that my child is smart, better than all of you, and made a great inventor. If she had not appreciated her child and praised her child at that time, the child would not have had a future.

  Don't we all want our children to have the five positives? How is your child's upward motivation? Does it have high goals? How is your child's interest in learning, is it particularly strong, or is it average? Is it rising, or falling? How is his self-confidence? Is his attention focused? How about perseverance? Do you have a sense of all five of these positive qualities in your child?

  Don't we have to nurture them up with the descriptive and suggestive methods?

  There is a better way to do this, and that is our appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example.

  Remember, parental appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example directly influence children to a great extent in forming these five positives during their infancy, elementary school years, middle school years, and high school years.

  It is not difficult to change a lifelong deficiency

  We have children in training who are never afraid to speak out loud and become a different person after seven days of training. This problem can be a lifelong defect for some people, and some people are afraid to speak up for the rest of their lives. How did it change in seven days? I think it is not difficult to change such a lifelong defect in seven days, the method is "appreciation, praise, encouragement, example".

  He used to be afraid to speak loudly, but now when he speaks even a little louder than in the past, he will be appreciated and praised on the spot. If his courage is not big enough now, then encourage. There is another method called example. Other students set an example, and the teacher also sets an example.

  Pay attention to the application of these eight words, and there is no insurmountable difficulty in the cultivation of the five motivations.

  Not starting from scratch

  Think about it. Is your child's motivation in all five areas zero? No motivation at all? Is there such a child? No! At least there is a little motivation.

  Not interested in school life at all? You want him to try not to go to school? Will the child agree to not going to school from now on? There is no such thing as a child who is not interested in learning!

  No self-confidence at all? You can't find confidence in all areas and in all things compared to all your classmates, and you don't believe in yourself, do you? Neither.

  Can't concentrate at any time, unless it's an unhealthy child, mentally ill. He can always concentrate on something.

  Never overcame any difficulty. Is there such a child? Neither. He may not be able to overcome his learning difficulties, but he dares to sleep alone, and he has this quality of will. There is no such person who has no will!

  Parents should appreciate any good element of these five positive qualities in their children from today on.

  When you have observed and experienced these five positive qualities in your child; and you realize that you have never praised and appreciated these positive qualities in your child, so it has affected his progress. At this point, please be sure to use appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example to make your child's five positives develop gradually.

  No matter how your child's learning worries you and makes you dissatisfied, you can find a way to change him, and the most fundamental way is to develop your child's five positive qualities by using appreciation, praise, encouragement and example.

  "The versatility of the "eight-word policy

  Appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example is a universal way to change ourselves and others.

  When I say that the parents reading this book are sincere in their desire to improve their homeschooling, and have the humility and courage to do so, this is a great starting point, and it is an appreciation and compliment for your enthusiasm to explore homeschooling. It is remarkable that you have taken the time to do this study!

  If I put it another way, the reason you are studying this issue is because you are not as good as other parents on homeschooling issues, you are anxious, you are studying, and that means you suck. Is that a good feeling?

  No, it's not!

  It's a completely different thing to say the same thing.

  I also preach to everyone that if you are determined, change can definitely happen, it can definitely improve your homeschooling, and it can definitely make a difference to your child, which is the development of confident positivity.

  One of the most important ways to cultivate five kinds of positivity in children is called the method of appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example.

  Discover and protect your child's positivity

  Some parents ask, "If my child is not a good student, how can I appreciate him and how can I praise him? How can I appreciate and praise him if he doesn't love learning?

  Well, your child is not doing too well in his studies now, but there are always times when he improves, when he is better this time than last time, and at such times, appreciate and praise him immediately.

  He may not be doing too well in his studies, but he may be better in this subject than in that subject, praise and appreciate this subject. Although his academic performance is not good, but it is possible that at a certain stage of learning attitude is better, to appreciate and praise the learning attitude.

  Be sure to find reasons to appreciate and praise, and find those points to appreciate and praise.

  Poor academic performance is associated with no interest and no effort. How to make his grades also, interest also come up, and effort also follow up, you have to look, look, look, find any point of his motivation, and cultivate that point of motivation carefully.

  If you're still throwing cold water, blaming and complaining, his motivation will continue to be bruised until it disappears completely.

  We have a lesson in our senior class training, specifically training the kids to do the social dance. Many children dance badly at first, and when you say he dances badly, he blushes and never dances again. But you say, dance very well, progress quickly, he learned in a while. It's the same with adults learning to dance.

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