1. Build your child’s confidence. There is no greater gift you can give your child than a strong foundation of faith.
2. Avoid faulting and favoring. Comparisons only contribute to manufacturing a victim.
3.Be the role model of all the language and behavior you want your child to exhibit. Seldom if ever do kids improve without a role model.
4.Be intentional about making and keeping agreements. Make sure your child is able to verbalize the agreement after you have decided on a course of action.
5. Avoid a judgmental attitude. Be a knowledgeable adult that observes their child in a variety of situations.
6. Teach your child appropriate ways to express strong feelings by mastering your own