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A 3-Day Reflective Handbook for Parents and Caregivers.

  Research suggests that praise that focuses on fixed attributes and innate traits nurtures a self-image for our children that is tied up in task outcome as a measure of their success. This can create a "fixed mindset." On the other hand, praise which focuses on the process communicates to our children that we value effort over outcome. This helps develop a "Growth Mindset" and supports our children to understand that working hard to achieve something is commendable.