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Whether they’re toddlers or teens, all children observe their parents closely. If we show them negative ways INGREDIENTS OF RESILIENCE: 7 CRUCIAL CS 21 of coping with our own stress, they will follow our example. If we rant at the driver who cut into our traffic lane, our kids will assume that road rage is acceptable. If we drink heavily after work each evening, we’re sending the message that alcohol is an acceptable stress reliever. If we binge on junk food whenever we’re anxious, they are likely to do the same.
If it were, it would not only be empty and unfounded, but it could also be dangerous. For example, a 4-year-old who has just learned to ride a “big kid’s” bike may feel capable of cruising around the neighborhood and crossing major intersections, but obviously she is not yet able to do so. A 13-year-old might argue, “I can take care of myself, Dad. If there’s beer at the party and other kids start drinking, I can handle it. ” But under pressure to be accepted by friends, young people can become overwhelmed.
And sign her up for an after-school club for future scientists? Or do they say, “You really did a nice job. I especially liked the piece on the gorilla,” which is authentic, reality-based praise, and then ask her if she wants to take a trip to the zoo? Or do they tell her they like her work, but if she had put in more time it could have been even better “like Soyun’s,” which clearly tells her that her parents are dissatisfied? If they really think she could have done a better job, they might say something specific, such as, “I really liked your section on the 38 PART 2, CHAPTER 4 red-eyed tree frog.