They say empowerment begins at home. Be it instilling a strong value system, encouraging freedom of choice or helping them understand the importance of being independent, if parents want to raise their children to be empowered individuals, they need to start young.
Asking the child to set up the dinner table or fold their own laundry, getting them interested in a sport (since sports help in teaching life lessons effortlessly), and so on, are small-but-effective steps in the right direction. This Children’s Day, three BYJUites shed light on how empowerment begins at home for the children of today. And how BYJU’S enables parents to encourage and incorporate these principles into their culture and practices
Let’s create a brighter future for our children and encourage them to become well-rounded, self-sufficient individuals, using the positive techniques shared by these inspiring BYJUites. In summary, the most empowering thing one can do for children is to trust them and encourage them to be independent.
Are you also raising empowered individuals for the future? If yes, share your parental techniques with us. Tell us in the comments below.
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