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A proud mother who gathers almost 6,000 followers behind on Twitter as "[email protected]" has shared a delightful experience with her five-year-old son. The little one had given her convincing advice for a challenge in the job. © SDI Productions/Getty Images (symbol image) enchanting advice: 5-year-old calms nervous mother with life advice
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"stressiezie" writes that she had told the son of her nervousness because of a professional meeting. He would have answered: "Mom, I am nervous all the time. I know what to do." And it is amazing how fitting the child's tips actually are.
six points on the way to success
First is about self -confirmation and self -confidence. The son recommends saying that you are brave and be loved. And in order to take the wind out of the sails in order to remove the wind, the mother explains the vocabulary of the offspring with his time in kindergarten and preschool . The little ones are already taught a self -confident approach to problems.
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as the second, he advises: "You have to go big", i.e. convey self -confidence through upright body language. This works - the mother - not only on colleagues and business partners, but also on processes in his own brain.
The third council is correct as a wisdom of life, even if it is not only surprising in this context: "Never put a smell on the bus."
Council number four aims - the mother suspects - to a certain extent metaphorically on the beautiful things, even if something should go wrong: "Think of the donuts of the day. Even if you have to cry a bit, you can still think of potato chips." So, positive thinking is the order of the day.
The boy's fifth advice is probably supported by every professional psychologist: "Take a deep breath several times." What better helps to calm body and mind? And the final sixth tip is right anyway, even if it initially seems typically childish: "Even if it was a nasty day, you can still get a hug."
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This grant not only consoles, the released hormones also help to cope with stress, reduce anxiety and cope with our emotions, emphasizes "Stressiebessie" the clever wisdom of the small philosopher.
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