Last updated on Jun 21st, 2021 at 04:49 pm
NEED: The security of knowing that they will have some focused attention every day. One-on-one time regularly. Parents who love them, cheer for them and set boundaries for their safety and well-being.
DON’T NEED: All of the attention they demand. “Come here Mom,” “Watch this!” “Swing me again, Dad,” “Stay here while I poop!” “Don’t leave…” Preschoolers’ perceived needs are never-ending and unrelenting. Cut yourself some slack – they’ll never be satisfied.
5. To feel valued
NEED: To feel important and unique. To be told that they were created with a purpose and a plan.
DON’T NEED: To feel that the world revolves around them.