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Swap ability praise for effort praise

Michael Grose

In the last few decades, parents in many parts of the world have enthusiastically followed the positive parenting path, constantly showering kids with praise.
But for some, giving praise for a job well done has become a sort of nervous tic:

“You’ve finished your meal. What a guy!”

“That’s the best work I’ve ever seen.”

“You’re such a clever swimming girl.”

Most parents are aware of the importance of praise, but are we going too far? Perhaps, it’s best to consider what kids prefer.


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