Wednesday, 13 May 2009

How to Be Patient

life in an interesting journey

It has never been easy to be patient, but it's probably harder now than at any time in history. In a world in which messages can be sent across the world instantly, in which seemingly everything is available for immediate purchase with a few clicks of the mouse, it's hard not to always expect instant gratification. But patience remains a valuable tool in life. We don't always get instant gratification, and some of the best things in life require years of hard work and waiting. Fortunately, patience is a virtue that can be cultivated and nurtured.

When working with small children, it's often easy to lose patience. This is especially true when looking at schoolwork. Many parents were conditioned to hate homework as children, and that carries over to their helping their child as parents. Learn to be patient and enjoy the process, and you'll break the cycle! Ask yourself. How to keep your cool and give your child the greatest possible benefit.

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