Let Your Kid Make A Few Mistakes And Learn From Them
At this stage, you may be tempted to jump in when you see your kid faltering at something. No one likes to see her child faltering in any work. And, you too are one of them who doesn’t like any of these to happen. But, a child will falter no matter how much ever you try.
When a child is unable to accomplish a task, as parents you might feel like jumping and doing that bit for him. But, that may not be the right step towards his well being. Supporting and doing is different.
Give your child the support and encouragement that he needs to complete a task. But don’t go on to do it on his behalf. This will not help him in any which way. What you typically need is to do is to stand by him and guide, and then allow him do the task. This is important from the point of confidence building and self reliance. Help him with everything, but let your child finish the task.