What not to say kids after their Board Results

Recently all board exam results were declared and kids came out with flying colors but some are not happy as they expected more than they got and that’s what makes them sad and while kids go through this stressful phase of their life as a parent, we should  keep your expectations and disappointments aside as they need your appreciation and encouragement and not a lifelong guilt.

Things to say to your kids after their board exam results

  • Irrespective of good or bad scores, as a parent make sure they know that you understand what they are feeling.
  • Tell them you are always there for them
  • .If the kid thinks they have got good results, make sure they know that you are really happy for them and keep your expectations with you.



Things NOT to say to your kids after their board exam results

Don’t say that you are disappointed

It’s natural for parents to feel that way as they all want their kids to do good in future but showing them that you are not happy with their grades are going to make matters worse.

Never compare their marks and say your friend scored better

 Comparison kills creativity and makes a child resentful and possibilities are they might start hating the person you compare them with ,instead  it’s important to tell them that someone will always be better than them and it doesn’t matter. Board exam results are not the end of the world.

Don’t say you didn’t work hard

Kids nowadays already have a lot on their plate and your expectations can make the things worse. Don’t burden them with your expectations and desires. Kids with no pressure always do better. Let them breathe and flourish and say that you are always with them no matter what the situation is.

 

Summary: Recently all board exam results were declared and kids came out with flying colors but some are not happy as they expected more than they got and that’s what makes them sad and while kids go through this stressful phase of their life as a parent, we should  keep your expectations and disappointments aside as they need your appreciation and encouragement and not a lifelong guilt.



Posted in Parenting on May 07 2019 at 06:09 PM

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