Teach by example. Show your child that you really value the qualities, principles, and moral values you want to teach your child.
Show your child how you try to be better yourself, take responsibility, and correct mistakes. If you are not a very confident person, do not try to hide it, study with your child and tell him about your successes: what you have achieved, and what still needs to be achieved. Because you are an example, do not hide the pleasure that brings you good deeds. Also, admit your guilt and correct your mistakes.
For example, family is a priority for you, you want to spend as much time with your family as possible. Then you should do your best to work on a fee schedule or at home. You need to move and evolve in that direction, not sit back. Also, share with your child your desire and tell her about your accomplishments.
Watch the baby.
This will help you recognize his tendencies and develop his natural potential. The sooner we draw conclusions in this direction, the more successful the child will develop. When it comes to a child’s abilities, we should not be guided by our “want”, we should rely on the child’s abilities and desires. If a child has a penchant for art, one should not try to make him a doctor or a lawyer, let him be a good artist rather than a mediocre doctor or lawyer.
Praise the child.
In order to develop confidence, it is necessary to form a positive image of the child himself. To do this, you need to emphasize its strengths as often as possible. If he did something good, be sure to praise him. If he made a mistake, do not scold him, help to correct it. Then praise the child for his responsible actions.
A child who has learned the art of self-confidence, to become a full-fledged person who acts according to their aspirations and standards. A child who grows up insecure grows up to be an adult, dependent on others, acting by other people’s standards, living by someone else’s mind.