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Internal Motivation

Practice teaching your children internal control and motivation to foster personal satisfaction and self esteem.  It is never too early to learn to be internally motivated.

Be a model for your children.

  1. Tell them how you feel and how your feelings are related to what you are doing.
  2. When you see your children meeting their needs:
  • Ask them: how they feel
  • How do they know they are “happy”, “proud”?
  • What are you doing to make you feel that way?
  • When modeling a positive behavior, give a name to the actions and feelings with enthusiasm:

“What a great satisfaction we feel when we share, I am so happy you can get to feel “proud”, thanks for sharing”.

“finishing our work makes us feel so proud and satisfied, I am glad you can feel that now, well done”