Critical Thinking, Dr. Carol Dweck, Fixed-Mindset, Growth-Mindset, Learning, Mental Health, Personal Growth, Perspective, Thinking

Fixed-Mindset versus Growth-Mindset: What Mindset Do You Actually Have? Which Mindset Are You Encouraging and Reinforcing in Your Children?

 

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It seems fairly self-evident that the more we ourselves can develop a growth-mindset, the mentally healthier and happier we will be.

It also seems self-evident that the more we can cultivate, encourage, and reinforce in our children a growth-mindset, the happier and mentally healthier they will be.  In fact, to not encourage a growth-mindset may arguably be a form of neglect, as involuntary and unwitting as that neglect might be.

 

 

 

 

 

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