Self reliance and potential are powerful values that people with this value can help others by taking responsibility and doing their best. A person who gives full play to his potential will help others in a variety of ways in the process of self-improvement. Self reliance and potential are like two sides of a coin. Self reliance is to take blame or take responsibility for the things that go wrong. Potential is to have confidence and pride in what we can become and what we can achieve.
in life, we should let children understand that their actions can lead to both good and bad consequences. The natural consequence is the natural consequence, and there is no man-made interference. It’s like if you don’t eat, if you don’t have an umbrella, you’ll get wet.
be patient in the process of implementation, and let children endure the natural consequences of forgetting, delaying or failing to persist in doing things. Ask your child, “whose fault is this?” And help them understand that it’s all up to them, that they will do better next time, that they can be self reliant and believe that they can become more independent.
parents’ stimulation of children’s potential can also be regarded as an indirect way to cultivate children’s independence and ability. When children are more resistant to something, the company of their parents can give them a lot of confidence and motivation. For example, when a child does not know how to communicate with others, and is used to expressing his inner feelings or demands with one word, parents can use two or three words to respond to him. If the child only says two or three words to express himself, parents can extend the answer to one sentence.
this helps children to germinate their sense of self-reliance and self-confidence. In today’s society, children usually get permission too early and take responsibility too late. We can let children wear clothes, shoes and socks, do some simple housework, decide what clothes to wear, what drinks to drink, get on and off the car and so on. We can also let our children do things for us, although it might be easier for us to do without the help of children! Experience, trial and error are the best teachers, and they can help children learn to be independent. Praise your children for even the smallest things after they have finished, and emphasize their ability to do things for themselves and for themselves.