Tip Moms Being The Open Minded

OPEN minded thinking is a concept open to all things that are positive, both for the mother and child. Imagine if a door is open minded that nothing can get in, but Moms still should be able to filter out which ones should go and which ones are not from the door.

It can not be denied, surely there is a negative statement from the outside to the Moms and little, but continue to receive only positive only to be used and applied in the family.

Criticism and comments that sounded less comfortable in the ear merely an expression of reality or the reality that is in plain sight. So, think open to receive all statements that come to be more calm and patient when dealing with such matters.

Every child is unique and meets the individual developmental milestones with their respective capabilities. So do not panic if your child is not or has not been the same ability with peers.

Consider the tip to be open-minded parents, as reviewed Erfianne S Cicilia, Institute of Applied Psychology Psi from UI:

1. Think positively, whatever Moms face (hear, see and taste) there must be something useful for Moms and families.

2. Positive intention to start the whole thing.

3. If there is anything negative (feedback or criticism) is not useful, you should ignore or throw away.

4. Make learning to do things better if Moms meet people, things and things that are not good.

5. Learn from the mistakes and shortcomings of others so that Moms can improve themselves and do all things better for your baby and family.

6. Contrast also with the behavior and reality. It may be true look bad, dirty and the other negative things, but underneath it all there was a positive goal. So, focus on positive goals Moms eyesight is not bad behavior. (Source: Tabloid Mom & Kiddie)

OPEN minded thinking is a concept open to all things that are positive, both for the mother and child. Imagine if a door is open minded that nothing can get in, but Moms still should be able to filter out which ones should go and which ones are not from the door.

It can not be denied, surely there is a negative statement from the outside to the Moms and little, but continue to receive only positive only to be used and applied in the family.

Criticism and comments that sounded less comfortable in the ear merely an expression of reality or the reality that is in plain sight. So, think open to receive all statements that come to be more calm and patient when dealing with such matters.

Every child is unique and meets the individual developmental milestones with their respective capabilities. So do not panic if your child is not or has not been the same ability with peers.

Consider the tip to be open-minded parents, as reviewed Erfianne S Cicilia, Institute of Applied Psychology Psi from UI:

1. Think positively, whatever Moms face (hear, see and taste) there must be something useful for Moms and families.

2. Positive intention to start the whole thing.

3. If there is anything negative (feedback or criticism) is not useful, you should ignore or throw away.

4. Make learning to do things better if Moms meet people, things and things that are not good.

5. Learn from the mistakes and shortcomings of others so that Moms can improve themselves and do all things better for your baby and family.

6. Contrast also with the behavior and reality. It may be true look bad, dirty and the other negative things, but underneath it all there was a positive goal. So, focus on positive goals Moms eyesight is not bad behavior. (Source: Tabloid Mom & Kiddie)

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