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3 Key Areas of Development In Young Children That Lead To A Successful Adulthood

Written by Posted On Friday, 10 November 2017 06:24

The way in which a child is raised has the biggest impact on the kind of adult they will become. Their formative years, ages zero through five, are some of the most critical, and the building blocks for their entire system of values, cognitive, and mental skills, and the social, emotional, and financial concepts that they begin to develop and refine around this time, will stay with them for the rest of their lives. As parents, it’s our job to prepare our children as best we can for the day they’ll have to stand on their own two feet. Here are three areas that demand special attention.

1. Positive Psychology

By ensuring that your child receives the emotional support necessary to boost their self-esteem, and learn how to face fears, plan ahead, manage their time, and cultivate healthy relationships, you can ensure your child has the confidence, emotional maturity, and healthy perspective needed to live a fulfilling life.

2. Artistic Consciousness

The ability to express themselves, to explore new ideas and apply critical thinking, and examine and appreciate the efforts of others, regardless of culture or language, is another cornerstone to healthy adult living. To develop an artistic consciousness is to encourage innovation and creativity.

3. Financial Education

The state of one’s finances is amajor deciding factor in the quality of modern life. Through providing adequate financial education and money management lessons, you can ensure your child has an advantage in building a secure future.

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