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Igniting resilience & potential within your child

Igniting resilience & potential within your child

Promoting Resilience around your child Do you remember that day when your child first sat on the bicycle without the training wheels attached? Did you hold onto the saddle a little too long as they shouted: “Let go, let go”? Did you overly reassure them as the blood trickled down their knee from their third fall? Or did you, heart in mouth, wait until they called you for assistance? That first solo bicycle ride is important in the learning process. Parents cannot ride the bicycle for their children, their child must do it themselves. Parents cannot give them only theory ...

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