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Mom and dad never told me how they got to be what they are. Instead, I learned about my parents from my older sister and her girl friends. It’s a relationship most of us have with our parents. At least that’s how it seems to us. As a result, we know a little bit about who we are and what we want out of life. From our parents’ perspective, we learn more about ourselves and other people than we do from books, magazines, or websites. Parents teach us so much by example—by example of what? How not to do things the wrong way? What should we do differently next time? In this article, you can explore the different types of examples your parent can give you about yourself and others.

Types of Example Your Parents Can Teach You So Far

In this section, you’ll learn about the different types of example your parent can give you about yourself and other people.

Goal Setting

Your parent can tell you about goals and how to reach them. But how do you know if those goals are what you want out of life and what they need out of you? Most kids grow up with a goal they set for themselves and then try to work toward achieving that goal. If you have a general goal, it may be helpful to share that goal with your parent. However, if you want to set a different goal for your little one, take the time to talk to your parent and find out what their goals are as well.

Attracting Others With Goodwill

When someone you like likes you back, it doesn’t mean that they want to be around you—or at least, not in a general way. It may just be that they have a few friends or that they’re there for you when you’ve got “needs” or “wants”. At any rate, your parent can guide you in ways you would’ve never expected. For example, your parent can teach you how to always let people know how you feel.

Helping Others Through Needed Services

One thing your parent can teach you is that others can also need help. It may seem like an odd notion, but it’s true: others can really benefit from the love and support you give. This can include help with financial issues, health issues, legal issues, or friends and family challenges.

Knowing Your Worth and When to Choose Your Friends and Family

When you get older, you’re going to start to notice that you have a “not so good” or “bad” side to you. In fact, it’s easy to forget if you’re around your parent for very long. However, it’s important to remember that you have nice, solid redeemable points that you can always put to use. It’s also helpful to identify these points early on so you can correct them as you gain insight into your own character.

#Why Teach Your Kids Something Different?

At a young age, most of us are taught that socializing is good and kid-friendly. However, there are some things you can do (and people you can talk to) that make socializing more mature and adult-appropriate. Ask a mature person what they think of you and your interests. Ask someone you know who they think of as well. Explore other ways to socialize that are more mature and appropriate for your age group.

Why Not Just Ask For Feedback?

As your child gets older, it’s important to remember that having feedback is a crucial part of self-reinvention. It will give you insight into what worked and didn’t work for others and will give you ideas for how you can improve. However, it’s important to remember that we’re all variation on the same template—so you should always be trying out new things until you find what works best for your particular child.

Summing up

In this article, you’re going to learn about four different types of examples your parent can give you about yourself and other people. You’re also going to get a quick refresher on goal setting, attracting others with goodwill, helping others through needed services, and knowing your worth and when to choose your friends and family.

## Types of Example Your Parents Can Teach You So Far

In this section, you’ll learn about the different types of example your parent can give you about yourself and other people.

  • Goal Setting: Your parent can tell you about goals and how to reach them.
  • Attracting Others With Goodwill: Your parent can guide you in ways you would’ve never expected.
  • Helping Others Through Needed Services: Your parent can help you identify what needs to be done and who you can talk to about it.
  • Knowing Your Worth and When to Choose Your Friends and Family

Why Teach Your Kids Something Different?

At a young age, most of us are taught that socializing is good and kid-friendly. However, there are some things you can do (and people you can talk to) that make socializing more mature and adult-appropriate. Ask a mature person what they think of you and your interests. Explore other ways to socialize that are more mature and appropriate for your age group.

Why Not Just Ask For Feedback?

As your child gets older, it’s important to remember that having feedback is a crucial part of self-reinvention. It will give you insight into what worked and didn’t work for others and will give you ideas for how you can improve. However, it’s important to remember that we’re all variation on the same template—so you should always be trying out new things until you find what works best for your particular child.

Summing up

In this article, you’re going to learn about four different types of example your parent can give you about yourself and other people. You’re also going to get a quick refresher on goal setting, attracting others with goodwill, helping others through needed services, and knowing your worth and when to choose your friends and family.