Parents are naturally concerned about their children’s health and eating habits, but sometimes, they may be taking the wrong approach simply because they don’t know any better.
1. Bribing kids with dessert
This is a strategy many parents employ, but food should never be used as a reward as this creates a view of “good” and “bad” foods in your children’s minds, which later leads to a disdain for healthier choices.
2. Pressuring them to eat
Studies have shown that pushing your child too hard can lead to stage fright and in the future, they’ll likely have negative feelings toward the foods they’ve been pressured to eat.
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