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When you first become a parent, you are learning at an exponential rate. What you knew about babies yesterday is nothing compared to what you know today. Taking care of the needs of your baby from infant to toddler changes from serving primarily their physical needs to helping them grow in their emotional needs. This change happens subtly as you begin to relate to your child as an individual with their own wants and needs.
Teaching your children about happiness is as important as teaching them nutrition, grooming and how to read and write. All the skills in the world, won’t matter much if your child is unhappy. Unlocking the secrets to your child’s own internal happiness is something you can do together and will create lasting joy for both of you. For what is more rewarding for a parent than seeing their adult child happy and fulfilled in life.
Helping your child indentify what makes them happy is part of the process. Talking with them, taking them to have new experiences and trying new things with them is a great start. Teaching them that happiness is a choice and no matter what happens in the situation – they win or they lose , that how they respond is up to them. Learning at an early age that many things are beyond our control, but how we respond to those situations is a valuable lesson that can increase your child’s happiness exponentially in their life. And as parents, it doesn’t hurt to remind ourselves of that too. Parenting is a difficult job and giving our children the skills to succeed in life, in happiness and in their heart begins with you.
Independent filmmaker, author, happiness coach and speaker Lisa Cypers Kamen creates these blogs to entertain, enlighten and educate us as we each undertake our own personal search for happiness. Happiness is an Inside Job. To contact Lisa, email her directly at email@example.com and check out her websites at www.whatisyourhappiness.com , www.harvestinghappiness.com , and www.hh4heroes.org and listen to her on www.harvestinghappinesstalkradio.com or download her show at www.itunes.com.
Harvesting Happiness with Lisa Cypers Kamen brings to the airwaves a fresh talk radio approach promoting happiness, well-being and global human flourishing by presenting a diverse and proactive collection of the greatest thinkers and doers who have devoted their lives to creating a better world in which to live. She is an expert in creating happiness, finding pathways to happiness, and building a happiness formula in her happiness workshops. If you are looking for how to become a happier person, tune in weekly at www.toginet.com Wednesday’s at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST.
Harvesting Happiness for Heroes is a pending 501(c)(3), non-profit corporation. Our mission objective is to offer support services to Warriors and Warrior families challenged by Combat Trauma, PTSD and post-deployment reintegration issues. We offer Battle Buddy workshops, family awareness training, online community support, one-on-one coaching services, as well as retreats for Warriors to decompress from battle and understand the tools available for them to adapt their military skills to civilian society.
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