Prevention (USA) - - FAMILY -

Work­ing to­gether to­ward a goal is a great way for both of you to stay mo­ti­vated and can be es­pe­cially help­ful for a younger kid. If you’ve al­ways wanted to learn a new lan­guage and your daugh­ter is strug­gling in her Span­ish class, work on verb con­ju­ga­tions to­gether. “If your child wants to spend more time rid­ing his bike and you want to start run­ning, con­sider run­ning along while your child suc­ceeds at his goal,” says Ivankovich. See­ing a par­ent work to­ward some­thing is a pow­er­ful ex­am­ple—and cheer­ing each other on sets you both up for more suc­cess.

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