How to Teach Your Kids to Be Mentally and Emotionally Strong

Do you ever feel stuck? This is a common struggle that our children wrestle with as well. In this video, Seth Dahl explains why we all can feel stuck at times and also offers up a brilliant life-hack to overcome this feeling.

How to Teach Your Kids to Be Mentally and Emotionally Strong

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Do you ever feel stuck? This is a common struggle that our children wrestle with as well. In this video, Seth Dahl explains why we all can feel stuck at times and also offers up a brilliant life-hack to overcome this feeling.


Do you ever feel stuck? This is a common struggle that our children wrestle with as well. In this video, Seth Dahl explains why we all can feel stuck at times and also offers up a brilliant life-hack to overcome this feeling.

“We as people often get ‘stuck’ when we think things are permanent,” Seth explains. For our kids, this may manifest with them making statements like, “I’m just not good at soccer,” or “I’m not good at science.” This feeling of permanence can prevent our children from fully developing their skills and confidence.

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When we feel stuck, Seth believes that the one word that can change everything is the word “yet.” There is great power in teaching our children to instead say, “I’m not good at soccer… YET” or “I’m just not good at science… YET.” This is about more than just helping them improve on a skill that’s currently overwhelming for them. This instills a sense of power and resilience in our kids that can help them succeed in all arenas of life.

Check out this video. You may discover that Seth’s advice for children who feel stuck can be powerful for adults as well!

 


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