Some of us fall down during the challenges we face, and stay on the ground, but some of us can stand up even more powerful than before. What is the difference then between people who fall and can’t stand up and those who can survive storms every time more powerfully? Why some of us stay there when we fall down and some of us can born out of their ashes?
Resilience means for someone, the ability to . In psychology, the term is began to be used for representing not giving up, the power of beating difficulties, quick self-recovery, psychological strength.
So what can be the difference between those people with resilience and other? Those it come naturally or are their characters shaped during childhood?
Key Points for Raising Strong Children
- Help your children to connect with other people to learn empathy and psychological durability. In order for them to copy it from you, you become a socially active person and approach people with empathy.
- Encourage your children to help other people, so they would feel more qualified and powerful.
- Take breaks, find relaxing activities and get rest. Teach your children to take a break as well. Show them that worrying doesn’t help and only harms themselves. Teach them to leave the subjects that worry us for a while and take a break by doing something relaxing. Of course, first do it yourself so they can learn from you.
- Have a daily routine when raising children. This would make them feel safer and contribute to develop self-discipline. In fact, encourage them to build their own routines as well.
- Teach your children to eat clean, exercise, sleep well and effective, spending their free times with activities they like, relax and have fun. Show them how important it is that they fulfil their own needs alone. Support them to gain necessary skills for taking care of themselves.
- Teach your children to dividing goals into reachable stages. Tell them how completing each stage successfully brings them closer to the main goal, so they learn to focus on what they can instead of what they can’t.
- Tell them their past experiences and point how they could cope with past difficulties successfully. This will help them gain a positive vision for the future.
- During a difficult situation, tell them to look forward and hard times will pass.
- Give them opportunity for discovering and developing their talents, meet them with new activities.
- Most importantly, tell your children that everything can change with time, goals that now seem impossible can become possible or can be replaced with new ones.