Things You Definitely Shouldn’t Shelter Your Kids From

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  1. Failing

Everyone makes mistakes. Trying to act like you are perfect in front of your kids is detrimental to their well-being.

Failing is part of life, and how you react to those failings is what makes or breaks people. Show your children that it is okay to fail and that it gives you an opportunity to find a solution and better yourself.

You don’t want your children thinking that failure is not an option and that they have to achieve unrealistic expectations.

Romper reported insight from child therapist and parenting coach, Naphtali Roberts:

Kid learn how to fail up and fail for success from us. They can also learn patterns of fear and avoidance from us”

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