10 Ways To Train Your Child To Be Grateful In A Cruel World

Model Gratitude

Children learn by example, so model gratitude by expressing your own appreciation for the people and things in your life.

Encourage Thank You Notes

Encourage your child to write thank you notes for gifts or acts of kindness. This helps them develop the habit of expressing gratitude. 

Incorporate gratitude rituals into your daily routine, such as sharing what you are grateful for at the dinner table or before bedtime. 

Practice Gratitude Rituals

Volunteering together as a family can help your child see the value in giving back and appreciating what they have. 

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Teach the Value of Hard Work

Teach your child the value of hard work and earning what they have. This can help them appreciate the effort that goes into achieving their goals. 

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Focus on Experiences Over Thing

Encourage your child to focus on experiences over material possessions. 

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