Let the children know to control your willpower and have the capacity and preparedness to face the difficulties and challenges of each day, it is not so easy, even if parents educate them in this respect since they are still very small it is not that hard to get.
Children should learn to control their impulses, desires and wills from a very small. Thus, they will learn not only controlled but also to strive to get what they want. They will learn that only the effort is accomplished and reaches what is proposed. To achieve this, it is necessary that children know their strengths through positive motivation. That will promote a good self-esteem, maturity and responsibility gradually.
The enemies of the willpower of children
Demand also costs: The capacity requirement friendly parents and teachers will mark a large extent, the development of the capacity of work and effort, and the virtues of children. Requiring children to control their wills also costs effort. You can not demand that overnight the child learns to control himself. Time, patience, renunciation and sacrifice is necessary. However, without this effort, you not get anything with children.
In today’s society it is very normal for many families that parents seek to avoid their children suffering or strive too much. They want, of course, a better life for their children, less demanding and more comfort. What happens is that just overprotective of their children. Thus, they will not be teaching them to overcome their difficulties, to overcome the problems, or to strive to achieve what they want.
For a good habit becomes virtue is necessary for children to understand what they do and why they do it, and how they do, whether struggling or simply demanding their parents without controlling his will. The virtues and values are what they can help the child to control his will and promote the effort. Here are some tips that can be applied in everyday family:
1- That the children end up assignments or homework before going to play;
2- positively motivate their good behavior and try to talk to them (positively) of evil;
3- Recognizing his interest and efforts (bear the thirst on a trip, finish homework, leave your clothes ready for the night …);
4- Give examples (not to complain, to be decided, discipline, commitment …)
5- Never say negative phrases like “you’re a mess,” “you’re impatient,” etc.