In an increasingly complicated world, caregivers have to equip their children with the tools to advocate for themselves, their needs, and their safety. Assertiveness is not innate to children. It is a muscle that has to be exercised. A child’s ability to use their voice will translate to success in the classroom, in social circles, in extracurricular activities, and will foster confidence and competence.
In today’s episode, we discuss why developing your child’s voice is so important, and how this will benefit every aspect of your child’s life. I will provide you with the actions you as a caregiver can take to strike the right balance between a well-mannered child and an assertive, self-advocating child.
Give your child the gift of their own voice, just in time for back to school!
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