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Javier Prieto

The Misguided Desire of Wanting Our Kids to Be Happy. It’s both human, and typical of how we parent today: At the first indication of unhappiness from our kids, we rush in to fix it, serving, as Dr.

The Misguided Desire of Wanting Our Kids to Be Happy

Robin Berman explains, like human pacifiers. And while the intention is valid—why let a child suffer, when it’s so easy to take the pain away—the ramifications of protecting our kids from dealing with the ups-and-downs of life have far-reaching consequences per Dr. Berman, including a lack of agency, an inability to regulate emotions, and a future inclination for co-dependent relationships and to look to outside factors for soothing. Resiliency and the Warrior Ethos. The Science of Character (a new 8 min "Cloud Film") Tools. Unless You’re Oprah, ‘Be Yourself’ Is Terrible Advice. Mindful Badge. Center for Escuela Bancaria y Comercial. 13 Children's Books That Encourage Kindness Towards Others. TT FAQ. Impact Report PRINT (OP)