The Three Things Kids Need to Turn Into Resilient Adults

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We all want our kids to grow into resilient adults...here are the three things they need from you to have a good chance at that outcome.

1) Normalizing and verbalizing their emotional responses.

2) Actively communicating your support as a secure base for their tender needs and distress feelings.

3) Teaching them the socially acceptable ways of coping and interacting with others.


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