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My Child will not Work orComplete Tasks Independently.



It can be so frustrating for parents when their child relies upon others and is not willing to work or complete tasks independently. But it is important to understand that every child is unique and may have different reasons for their behaviour. Some children may lack motivation or confidence in their abilities, while others may struggle with attention soan or learning difficulties.

To help your child become more independent, it is important to set clear expectations and boundaries. Start by breaking tasks into smaller, manageable steps and provide positive feedback and encouragement along the way. Offering rewards for completed tasks can also be helpful.


SMALL STEPS ARE BETTER THAN NO STEPS


It's also essential to encourage your child to take ownership of their responsibilities and praise them for their efforts, no matter how small. This can help build their self-esteem and motivation to continue working independently. Remember to be patient and understanding as your child learns and grows. With consistency and support, they will likely become more willing and able to work independently.


CELEBRATE EVERY WIN, NO MATTER HOW SMALL


If your child continues to struggle, it may be helpful to seek guidance from a professional such as a therapist or educational specialist. With patience, persistence, and support, your child can develop the skills they need to work and complete tasks independently.

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