As a parent, you can help translate children’s disappointments into goals for next time. When they set their written goals, three things can happen. One, they’re able to track their progress. Two, they will be able to break down specific strategies in order to achieve their goals. And number three, they will move into a space of realistic expectations for themselves so that they can manage their reactions to disappointments.
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