B. Break down the problem into manageable parts. (I get out of bed too late, my clothes are never set out as mom asked me to, I always forget to do my homework, etc.)It may be hard to do, but you need to get comfortable with letting your child fail sometimes.
Instead of jumping in, as long as they are not in harm’s way, let them figure out how to solve their problem.Whenever a family problem arises, if it is appropriate, enlist your kid’s help.
Ask them to help you break the problem down and find a solution together. Not only will this help your child to grow into a better problem solver, but this will also make them more resilient..Read more on awarenessact.com