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How To Help Your Children Be More Happy And Self Confident

By Mason White 4:28 PM January 29, 2017
By: Michelle Parker

Nowadays, children have so much and yet they seem to be so unhappy.

Children always look to those who have more than them.

Then, they manage to make their parents feel guilty over the things they don’t have rather than being grateful and thank you for working hard to provide them the food, clothing and gadgets that they do have.

The best way to teach children to be happy with what they have and build their self confidence is to show them those who are less fortunate than them.

One mother decided to teach her unhappy daughter about what it is that is important in life by taking her to hospitals to cheer up young children who were sick.

This changed the child’s outlook on life.

The girl was very surprised to see the children smiling and in good spirit.

She was especially shaken by watching the children doing their physical therapy. She watched as they worked very hard to accomplish those things that most people take for granted like lifting an arm or walking.

The way these children celebrated each little accomplishment made a great impact in her life.

When it was time to leave, the girl became sad and said: “I get to walk out of here, but all these children have to stay.”

Since that day, the child became much more happy and she appreciated every aspect of life, including her health, parents, siblings and everything she had.

If you want these results for your children, you can take your children to any hospital during visiting hours, or you might want to take your children to a homeless shelter to feed the less fortunate.

If you are dealing with unhappy teenagers and you have the courage, take them to the streets to find homeless people to feed.

Let them speak with the homeless people as they might learn that many of them had a lot of hopes and dreams for a great life when they were teens.

However, for many of them, it was circumstances beyond their control that brought them to where they are today.

Let your children see how many of the homeless people are happy inside despite the fact that they don’t have any material possessions.