How to Help Kids to Build Relationships

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People are a very important factor. The people we maintain relationships with impacts our life. Kids either tend to find everyone as their friends and build relationships with them or they will be reserved and do not want to be with new people other than the family. 

If the kids are outgoing and they are feeling comfortable making relationships, that’s a very good thing. No matter how the relationships are, they will most probably deal with it by themselves. 

The kids who are not comfortable being surrounded by people and do not want new friends, have to be assisted and motivated to make new relationships. 

Enroll kids in extracurricular activities which they find they interest in

During the process of learning an extracurricular activity, kids unknowingly make beautiful relationships as they are learning together. They feel comfortable when they are in a group of similar interests. 

Make them participate in group activities

Participating in group activities can help kids to overcome their inability to make relationships and develop team management and they manage their conflicts perfectly. 

Teach social skills to children

Teaching children basic manners to say “thank you” and “sorry” will help to talk when they do something wrong or if they are offered help. Teach them to share their things with friends and take turns which promotes cooperation. 

Be a good listener

Your children might face a problem or some difficulty, during that time ensure to listen to them and make them feel comfortable. This will make them feel that sharing can be a good thing and they will build friendships. They will start sharing their happiness and sadness with their friends. 

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Tipparaju Bhavya

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