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For parents to feel confident they need to trust their children’s class teacher. And for the teacher to build that trust they need to be accessible and organised. “Back to school” doesn’t just happen overnight. Indeed, even on their holidays, you will find teachers often buying items for their class to compliment a certain project or supplement certain resources with their own limited, hard-earned money.
In our early life, we are so often repeatedly told what we are “not” by others. We learn what it means to be a part of the family we are born into by what we are “told” about who we are. We’re conditioned to accept these beliefs as truths and so the body story begins. However, when these “stories” are mostly positive, children grow up feeling secure, happy, and with a degree of body confidence. But, when the story is predominantly negative, limiting, or judgemental, it becomes more challenging for children to feel that their body is ok as it is.
The good news is that our body stories can be changed!
Many successful people are perfectionists, but they have the ability to say “Done is Better Than Perfect.” How can we overcome procrastination?