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How to raise kids who will thrive in adulthood

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Every parent wants their children to grow into secure, confident, and kind adults. It’s our job to supply them with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive. The earlier we start, the better results.

While there are various factors that influence a child’s development, parents of successful children have several important things in common. Using these tried-and-true parenting techniques with your own children can set them up for success.

Focus on Your Relationship with Your Child

The most important thing you can do as a parent is to make sure your kids feel loved regardless of their accomplishments, interests, or opinions. Build a close connection with your children and the rest will follow.

Practice Self-Care and Model Healthy Behaviors

Taking care of yourself will show your kids how to act and behave to thrive. Children are great at picking up the behaviors of their parents, so use this to your advantage.

Support Their Emotional Growth

Emotional regulation is a skill your kids won’t learn in school. Help them develop the skills they need to manage their emotions and feel in control.

Not only is parenting hard, but it can also be frightening. Learning to let go and allow your children to make decisions, experience natural consequences, and feel discomfort may go against your natural instinct to protect them. But shaping your children into capable, confident, and well-adjusted adults requires you to take a step back. Offer guidance and support, but make sure you let them practice important skills that will help them thrive as adults.


Derek Goodman is an entrepreneur. He’d always wanted to make his own future, and he knew growing his own business was the only way to do that. He created his site Inbizability, to offer you tips, tricks, and resources so that you realize your business ability and potential now, not later.

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