How to Raise Resilient Kids
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Hard Love: How to Raise Resilient Kids

None of us likes to see our kids hurt or disappointed. We dads have the natural urge to keep them in a protective bubble, to make sure they are shielded from harm, but one of the biggest mistakes we can make as parents is to not let our kids make mistakes.

Today we have Dad Edge Alliance member Daniel Nolan on the show. He is a self-confessed helicopter parent in recovery and the creator of the Hard Love Project. Helicopter parenting is when we hover over our children to make sure nothing bad happens to them.

We’re all guilty of this at times, but Daniel tells us how to raise resilient kids by challenging them to step out of their comfort zone and exposing them to life. He also talks about how we can design regular emotional, social, and physical challenges for our kids to boost their confidence and independence.

[bctt tweet=”‘They’re going to face a lot of difficulties in life, and if we don’t allow them to be uncomfortable, they’re never going to be resilient enough to bounce back.’—Daniel Nolan #dads #fathers #helicopterparenting #parentingtips” username=”gooddadprojct”]

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