Nobody is perfect, and all kids struggle with underachieving sometimes. According to the co-author of Empowering Underachievers Peter A. Spevak, Ph.D., one out of ten children has trouble finishing huge tasks like homework and chores. This is because they get so frustrated with homework or whatever activity they are doing. This typically starts in grade school when your kid begins facing bigger workloads on top of high expectations.
Sometime it is easy for us parents to give our kid a have a hard time when they aren’t achieving as much as we like. First thing to remember is to that you should not criticize your kid. Understand what he or she is going through first. Instead of criticizing,
Lower your expectations as well. Perhaps why you see your child is an underachiever because you want him or…
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