Briefly in English:
She looks at you with suspicion. I can't. What if I'm not good enough..
How to encourage your child and build faith to those little faces? Oh, if she only knew we adults struggle with the same feelings every now and then.
We look at our performance from the viewpoint of others way too often, as if applying for approval. Instead of that, what if we'd start to think 'Oh what the h***! At least I did my best and I enjoyed more than one can shake a stick at!'
I wish that the joy of doing different things never fades away from my child. At the same time as we teach our children to believe in themselves, it's equally important to learn to encourage and rejoice in the success of others. As a parent I can help my little one to find the balance between always believing in herself and celebrating the success of others as well by setting an example.
(Cover photo Radmila/Shutterstock.)
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Minulla on idea, jota olen hautonut jo pidemmän aikaa. Tunnen syvällä sisimmässäni, että siinä on sitä jotain. Jotain suurempaa, jotain merkityksellistä..
I have a dream. I know it's something big, something meaningful.
Aina joskus kohdalle tulee sellaisia ihmisiä tai paikkoja, jotka jättävät jäljen sydämeen. Niinkuin eräänä ihanana syksyisenä päivänä Rovaniemen Norvajärvellä. Päivä oli niin satumainen, että halusin jakaa sen kanssanne.
Every now and then you meet people or visit places that touches you in a level that leaves a mark on your heart. This happened to me previously at Willa Lumia in Rovaniemi and I just had to share it with you.