Raise children who dare greatly.

When children see that it is okay to fail and that there is no shame in trying again and again, they will become more self-reliant and shame-resilient. 


  1. Allow your child to fail.
    Failing is part of the learning process, and it will inspire the child to try again.
  2. Explain to your child that it is fine to be vulnerable.
    This is how you will contribute to building a shame-resilient society.


Brene Brown has a "whole-hearted parenting manifesto" which is well worth the read. Applying a previous action, a good way to treat yourself. I imagine parenting is opening up the child to the whole human experience that is flawed but loving, enabling and inspiring.

Take action!

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