If you want to raise a self-confident child who is able to make decisions independently, you need to give him freedom for this. The key to raising an independent child is maintaining balance. You need to be patient, but not too condescending to the child. The problem is that some parents try to control every step of the child. This is not worth doing, because in this way you deprive him of his ability to make a choice. If you make a child dependent on you, in the future he may harbor resentment and begin to rebel.
But how to achieve the necessary balance and raise a child independent? Consider a few tips on this subject.
1. Create a schedule
Children need a balance between routine and freedom – this contributes to the development of their independence. The more you allow your child to think about himself, the more independent he will become. Continue reading