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Suitable for: Families of secondary-age children
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Don't forget to celebrate positive progress when you spot it. It’s great when you see positive improvements in your family life.
Perhaps you’ve noticed your child seems happier or calmer? Maybe you’re proud that they’ve overcome a particular struggle.
It's important to celebrate these changes and explore the reasons why they might have happened.
1: Celebrating success
Sometimes we get hung up on the big changes we want to achieve, and don’t notice the little steps of progress our children are making.
Spotting and celebrating these small stages of progress is a great way to boost your child’s confidence and encourage them to keep going.