At Wisdom Power Kids I believe that it's so important to help children develop a healthy relationship with their inner critic and inner coach. These two voices inside their heads can have a big impact on their emotional well-being and their ability to handle challenges.
Your child's inner #critic is the voice that tells them they're not good enough, they can't do something, or they're going to fail. This voice can be negative and self-defeating, and it can hold your child back from reaching their full potential.
On the other hand, your child's inner coach is the voice that encourages them, supports them, and helps them believe in themselves. This voice can be positive and empowering, and it can help your child overcome challenges and achieve their goals.
At Wisdom Power Kids I “introduce your child“ to their inner critic and coach and here‘s why…
#Benefits in helping your child recognise their inner critic and inner coach:
Improved #emotional intelligence: By teaching your child to recognise and manage their inner critic and inner coach, I can help them develop emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage our own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. Children with high emotional intelligence are better able to handle stress, solve problems, and form positive relationships.
Increased resilience: Recognising and managing their inner critic and inner coach can also help your child build resilience. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity and handle challenges in a healthy way. Children who are resilient are less likely to develop mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
Enhanced self-esteem: When your child is able to recognize and manage their inner critic, they are less likely to believe the negative thoughts and beliefs that can damage their self-esteem. By contrast, recognising and listening to their inner coach can help your child build self-confidence and feel good about themselves.
Better performance: Recognising and managing their inner critic and inner coach can also help your child perform better in school and other areas of their life. When they are able to overcome the negative thoughts and beliefs of their inner critic, they can focus on their goals and work towards achieving them.
Improved relationships: Recognising and managing their inner critic and inner coach can also help your child develop positive relationships with others. When they are able to regulate their emotions and manage their thoughts and behaviors, they are better able to communicate and connect with others in a healthy way.
Overall, helping your child recognise and manage their inner critic and inner coach can have many benefits for their emotional well-being and development. By teaching them these skills, you can help them develop emotional intelligence, build resilience, and perform better in school and other areas of their life.
With lots of love
Dani Karachi owner of Wisdom Power Kids