Preparing Your Kids For The Real World

October 25, 2018  |  
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Motherhood anxiety woman looking at her daughter using tablet on a picnic

Don’t make excuses for them

If your child messes up, don’t make excuses for him—to him, or to others involved. Acknowledge what he did wrong and make sure he does, too. In the real world, an employer won’t accept excuses.

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