Kid’s Personalities

 

IMG_7780_edited-2In raising our children, we often force them to perform tasks the way we perform them ourselves.

We reason, this was the way we were taught by our own parents and if it was O.K. for us, it’ll be right for our kids as well.

Sometimes, we forget to make allowances for the differences that exist in all our personalities.

In forcing our children to act the way we act, we may well be restricting them from being their natural selves.

By allowing them to achieve the result we desire their own way, helps them develop and understand themselves more easily.

In the process we may well learn some new ways ourselves.

Peter Mack.

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