10 phrases I repeat every day (or almost) to my children

10 phrases I repeat every day (or almost) to my children
10 phrases I repeat every day (or almost) to my children

There are important values ​​to convey to our kids. Here are 10 things I want my kids to record. For today and tomorrow.

Motherhood is a fun adventure, especially if, like me, you find yourself with a great tribe of… guys. For those of you who know me on Madmoizelle, I am lucky to have it 4 wonderful children. My obsession: feeling loved and supported. I tell myself that I have to give them the necessary emotional security so that they are strong and confident. In a society still marked by patriarchy and crossed #MeToo, I also tell myself that I have a responsibility to women and that I have to protect the girls I don’t have from harm.

Mother-son: these are the important phrases to pass on to them

  • You have the right to cry, to be sad, in short, to show your emotions.
    A man who cries is not shameful.
  • Always respect others, especially girls.
  • Remember your family history and never hide your origins or your religion.
  • I will always be there for you, no matter what happens.
  • Don’t apologize if someone hurts you.
  • You are free to love whoever you want, boy, girl or both. Love cannot be commanded.
  • I’m proud of you. You matter and you are important
  • There will always be people who don’t like you. And there’s nothing you can do about it. Don’t try to be loved at all costs.
  • Try not to take yourself too seriously.
  • Focus on what you have, not what you don’t have.
    Read also: How to promote vulnerability in children?

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Source: Madmoizelle

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