Day Fifte​​​​en – How to teach you kids to roll with the highs and lows of life

The reality is life doesn’t always go to plan.  So how do we teach our kids to accept that when they live in a world of instant gratification and it appears that everything revolves around them?  How do we teach this to a perfectionist child or a child who needs everything to go to plan before they can feel good?

Today’s lesson goes into detail about how to teach your child the first of the four viewpoints they will need to have a healthy, reality-based mindset that will help them through life.

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