Don’t we know about the miracles hidden in the lap of belief? Yes, we do.

Believing in children is not simply telling them that we believe in them. These words matter only if they are true and if parents demonstrate them with their actions.

* Do you, as a parent encourage ‘Effort’ more than ‘Achievement’. For you, is it each child’s uniqueness that becomes the guiding light in their individual journey.?

*Children should be encouraged to try and be better than their previous selves. Let your child be made to reflect after each assessment over what they did right, where did they falter, assess their own areas of strength and that of improvement and commit to outperforming themselves.

* Parents who don’t give up and feel that it’s their duty as mentors not to cease believing and strive by giving second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh………chances. This is because they accept the way their child is, appreciate differences, strive, and believe in possibilities that can strike at any time in our lives.

* Don’t Say “You Failed” – Say “You Haven’t Done It Yet”, Parents should encourage hope by letting students know that, no matter what they do, they can still do better.

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