Raising a happy child isn’t as simple as it sounds. That’s because there isn’t one single way to do it — it’s the combination of many methods that will do the trick. Happify, a website that helps people build skills for greater happiness, compiled all of those “right” parenting moves and put them all in one place. “Raising happy kids isn’t only about doing X and avoiding Y, but a parent’s own personal wellbeing plays an important part, too,” Tiffany Sun, Head of Content Strategy at Happify. From encouraging kids’ generosity to understanding their resilience, the infographics below breaks down what most happy kids have in common.
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