1. Feeling loved, without reservation, for what she is,
not simply for what she achieves.
2. Success in reaching goals he sets himself. A feeling
3. The positive encouragement he receives particularly
All too often children become what others expect. When parents'
negative expectations are telegraphed daily through attitude,
language and atmosphere, then those expectations become the childs
A child is not his actions Theres a world
of difference between Youre a bad boy and I
love you but I dont like what you did. The first is
a negative label and the second provides the basic love and security
but make it clear you disapprove of the action.
Remain positive and use positive feedback. The child has no better
example on which to model themselves than you - the parent.