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Renewing a sense of hope
By June Yong | 9 September 2021
Resilience is more than just the latest buzzword; it is a mental tool that enables us to recover from setbacks and adapt to challenging circumstances.
Given the ever-increasing academic and social pressures our children face, resilience is arguable one of the most important life-skills they can have.
But how can we create healthy habits and routines to help strengthen our children's resilience?
Here are ways you can help your child B.O.U.N.C.E back from failure.
Heading out for a walk, jog or just to feed the fish in a nearby pond can do wonders for their mood and sense of wellbeing.
With a diminishing sense of connectedness and community, our children may experience feelings of isolation and loneliness.
As parents, we share a universal desire to help our children succeed, but what our children need more than ever is to learn to fail well. While it can be painful for us to watch them fall, we can set them up to better handle disappointment by cultivating the above 6 factors in their lives.
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