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Support Your Children's Decisions!

posted in Family & Kids > Parenting
  • Support your children no matter what age.

    An earlier post of mine talks about unconditional and conditional love. Both extremely important.

    Conditional love, support, encouragement, and praise are all necessary for setting up your child for success.

  • Everyone is different. We all have different interests, aspirations, and dreams.

    Don't live bi-curiously through your children. They will be unhappy if they are following your dreams and not theirs.

    It is important, however, to understand that dreams and aspirations are not set in stone.

  • A person's goals in life may change every year, or every month for that matter.

    A brain is not fully developed (as far as aspirations go) until about 27 years old. This means that their interests and dreams may change until this time.

    If a child wants to grow up to be an astronaut, let them.

  • If a child is told they cannot do something, or they're not good enough, no matter how out of reach it is, they will grow up to not believe in themselves.

    Anything is possible. If Neil Armstrong's parents told him he couldn't be an astronaut, I bet he wouldn't be.

    Support shows unconditional love.

  • Even if you don't support your child in their decision on what they want to be when they grow up, it will most likely change, so there's no harm in encouraging them to be a rock star or surgeon

    College should always be encouraged no matter what their goals are in life, as a fall back plan, at least

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