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The Second Most Important Thing to Give Your Child

Being the person in charge of the family’s dessert (even if it’s pretend-food and it’s made of wood), and helping Mum reorganise the living room drawers – those are the things that really boost a child’s sense of self-worth. And precisely self-worth is such a precious childhood gift, says family advisor, Lola Jensen. Read on to get her tips on how to inspire self-worth in your child.   

Highlights:  

  • Unconditional love is the most important thing you can give your child. 
  • The second most important thing is showing your little one that they matter to their family.  
  • Self-worth is the foundation for becoming a well-balanced, social, and empathetic adult.  
  • Inspire self-worth in your child by:  

Why Self-Worth is So Important 

Include your child in everyday tasks:

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