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How To Inculcate Positive Attitude In Your Child

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Why not to label kids?

Kid’s are curious creatures. They want to know everything about everything. This is the stage of life where they learn and start to understand the simple things in life. And it’s our responsibility to nurture them and motivate them for all that they do. The brain of the child is in the development phase as the child is 5-6 years old.
Every individual has his thought process set in the childhood. This is because the learning happens in the early years of life. Therefore we should never talk negatively with our children. We must never tell them they cannot do it, or taunt them if they’re unable to do such a simple task. Even if done in a playful way, the words get set into their minds and they start to believe in the same. That’s a major disadvantage because they would write off tasks and accept defeat even at times when they are capable of doing it. We need to take precautions in talking to them, and always remember to talk in a supportive manner, by which the confidence of the kid gets boosted and they feel like they can carry out any given tasks. This habit is essential to be inculcated in the childhood as once the child grows up, the chance of learning and adopting new perspectives towards life are scarce.

There are various ways by which we can teach them to live by a positive attitude.


One would be to show them the way to do the task. We can help them in doing simple tasks just by showing them how to do it once. I did one post on Organizing Tips | This Will Help To Get Your Child Organized
Let’s take cycling, for example, if a parent takes the responsibility of teaching the child how to ride a bicycle, then the kid takes interest and learns faster. Similarly, if a parent doesn’t take the time to teach the kid, the kid may not develop an interest in cycling and hence would not like to ride a bike when he/she grows up.
All these factors depend entirely upon the economic situation of the family, and the family environment. We need to keep the environment fresh and stress-free in order for the kid to be open to learning new things.

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31 Comments

  1. Lovely post! Such cute pictures 😃💕

  2. Shub

    Nice read! I loved that “not to label” principle. Will remember that for my kids 🙂

  3. Excellent parenting mantra. As you said, it’s our responsibility to provide them with healthy environment for their growth. Keep writing. Happy to join with you on this blog train.

  4. Thats a sweet and simple post. I love the little one’s photo on the bicycle.

  5. I completely agree about the not to label a child motto. So so important. I have made mistakes but I try to be more mindful about what and how I talk in front of kids

  6. Sweet, simple yet powerful parenting mantra👍

  7. Liked your mantra of positive attitude. Its so very important to teach kids.

  8. I think this is the most essential parenting mantra to talk upon

  9. this is what i need.. thank you so much sharing this…

  10. What a lovely post. You have made some very valid points here. High time we stop labeling our kids.

  11. lovely pics dear and an awesome post.
    in todays world when kids are rowing up to be over sensitive and react over the edge
    positive attitude looks like most imp thing they need to have
    foloowing the tips

  12. Lovely posts Snehlata. Its amazing to see so many mum bloggers sharing their parenting mantra in such beautiful way. And I agree with you kids need not be labelled at all by us. Happy to be part of this train and journey along with you.

  13. Loved reading your mantra and that pic with your little one smiling and making cranky nose is super cute

  14. Prisha Lalwani

    Completely agree – a good stress free environment and parents interest and support help a child learn faster and better.

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  16. Superb post here, yes I completely to check our words before talking in-front of the kids. Their brain is like sponge, it absorbs everything it touches. nice read

  17. can I agree more! And I mean it is so important not to label them and providing them a healthy environment to learn and grow 🙂

  18. Oh yes!! Positivity is very important virtue to be inculcated in a child from a young age. Also they learn by observing. So practice before preaching is important too as you rightly pointed out.

  19. Yes…they are too small to be labelled ..great post..

  20. Anchal

    Loved your post. It is our duty to help our kids in learning and development

  21. Lovely read. So well said, not to label kids👍

  22. Truly agree! Positive attitude is everything. I feel it’s underrated in todays world, children are growing into pessimistic adults unable to handle the pressures of everyday life. A positive attitude can help accept failures and be strong.

  23. Completely agree with your positive attitude mantras. It’s very important to teach our kids

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