SCH 039 Five Hacks to Help You Say the One Thing Every Child Needs to Hear

Every child (and adult) needs to hear one thing in their lives. The more they hear it, the better off they are. It isn't easy to say it, though. These five hacks will help you learn to say what you need to say to help your child succeed in life. #growthmindset #emotionalIQ #parenting #raisingkids #affirmations #believeinyourself #powerofpositivewords

What Does Every Child Need to Hear?

You don’t have to download a list of fifty affirmations and schedule them into your conversations with your children. Although, that would be nice if we had the time. As an educator, I see over and over again the results of NOT telling your kids the one thing they need to hear.

Poor grades. Lake of motivation. Depression. Problems relating to other students and or teachers. Failure to live up to intelligence. Violence.

How can we as parents and adults help children avoid these things? A three-word sentence will do the trick. But before we can say it, we may need to work on our own inner thoughts and dialogues. Today’s podcast will show you what to say, and how to say it.

Show Notes

I highly recommend reading The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie.

If you have read or watched The Help, do it today! Here’s the most powerful scene in the movie.

Ever heard of Emotional Intelligence? Check out this post.

Why we need to take care of ourselves.

The Five Love Languages website offers free quizzes to help you discover your love languages and those of your family members.

Dealing with the bully in your life will help you be a better parent, too!

Come Back Next Week

Next Tuesday I’ll share how you can eliminate (or reduce) chaos in your life by establishing bedtime routines (for you and your kids).

Every child (and adult) needs to hear one thing in their lives. The more they hear it, the better off they are. It isn't easy to say it, though. These five hacks will help you learn to say what you need to say to help your child succeed in life. #growthmindset #emotionalIQ #parenting #raisingkids #affirmations #believeinyourself #powerofpositivewords

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Anita Ojeda

Anita Ojeda juggles writing with teaching high school English and history. When she's not lurking in odd places looking for rare birds, you can find her camping with her kids, adventuring with her husband or mountain biking with her students.

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