Child's Attitude

A child with a positive attitude is guaranteed a life of success and happiness. More »

Parental Role

Parents play the major role in a child’s thought choices and emotional growth! More »


The educator’s input on the absorbing mind is momentous. More »


The thinking you do creates the life you have. More »


Parental Role

Parents play the major role in a child’s thought choices and emotional growth! Kids learn primarily from EXAMPLE. Not what they hear but what they see.

Who is influencing, teaching and shaping the lives of the future generations?

Find out how to teach your kids an easy way to develop a positive mental attitude and help them grow emotional stability.


Just as a child learns to get dressed, eat with a spoon, brush his teeth, wave goodbye – he learns to choose thoughts. And…how momentous is this! Kids learn this all important life skill – way of thinking i.e. attitude – primarily from the EXAMPLE of parents, peers, educators, friends and relations. Pretty potent stuff for us all to bear in mind – our influence on the next generation. Emotional strength and stability is key to the quality of life, so let’s not let them down. We need to give our kids the best deal – education plus example to help them build a beautiful life. Our thoughts, our actions …their lives!


As mentors we need to become aware of our own reactions to the ups and downs in life. Most especially when things don’t go according to our plans. It has been said that adversity reveals the character of a man so let’s endeavor to handle our own stress and disappointments in a positive way.

Danger zones … don’t s for parents and educators.

  • Don’t hurry your child.
  • Don’t embarrass your child by reprimanding him in front of others.
  • Don’t be critical, insulting or sarcastic.
  • Don’t shout, compare, ridicule or blame.
  • Don’t favorite one child – breeds disharmony.
  • Don’t argue or have fury outbursts in front of your children – this destroys the bloom of childhood.
  • Don’t reject your child’s need for attention by being too busy or letting him down.

The above behavior can empty your child’s cup of self worth and fill him with despair or self loathing.
Encourage, praise, discipline, empathize and BE the example you want them to become.
Do your best to give your children the most valuable gift – teach them to become positive thinkers.

Encouragement is an amazing ingredient.  It inspires hope and sparks off ingenuity. As a parent you can use loads of this powerful essence. Children are full of ideas and imagination and your words will either stretch them to new heights or kill their creative flames. Once you put out a flame, your child begins to doubt himself and his self image is in jeopardy. Boost your child’s emotional quotient by paying attention and encouraging the on-going flow of creativity.


Although life is pretty hectic and the time clock relentless, a child needs some undivided attention from you. You’re the big deal in his life and he wants to know that you are interested and care. Being aware that you can actually impede some of the growth and developmental areas needs to be taken into consideration. What’s it all about?  Your shining success in your endeavors or the need to give your child the opportunity so that he can succeed and find happiness? This is the best investment you can make so don’t be mislead by life’s ambiguous illusions. The opportunity period for your vital input is not long – make the most of the time you have and the rewards will be more than fair profit. As you reach your golden years, (and you will!) the jewels you polished during the appropriate years of your child’s emotional growth, will brighten each day. And that’s around the time you’ll be wanting some rewards.


If a child lives with criticism he learns to condemn.

If a child lives with hostility he learns to fight.

If a child lives with fear he learns to be apprehensive.

If a child lives with pity he learns to feel sorry for himself.

If a child lives with ridicule he learns to be shy.

If a child lives with jealousy he learns what envy is.

If a child lives with shame he learns to feel guilty.


If a child lives with encouragement he learns to be confident.

If a child lives with tolerance he learns to be patient.

If a child lives with praise he has faith in his capabilities

If a child lives with acceptance he learns to love.

If a child lives with approval he learns to like himself.

If a child lives with sharing he learns about generosity.

If a child lives with honesty and fairness he learns what truth and justice are.

If a child lives with security, he learns to have faith in himself and in those about him.

If a child lives with friendliness, he learns that the world is a nice place in which to live.

                                   If you live with serenity, your child will live with peace of mind

- Dorothy L Law


The words in this poem were written many decades ago yet the essence of the message is still true. What your child sees, hears and is witness to as he grow up – the timbre of his surrounding environment – will impact his thinking and his life. You are the key mentor… only way, live the example of what you want your child to become.

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