Most parents would agree that resiliency is a trait they would like their kids to have. However, the question is how to develop that trait. It turns out that being persistent is one way that can lead to such an outcome.
This is not easy to do, because persistence requires a lot of mental effort and motivation from children, accompanied by support from an adult. For a parent, it may be quite tough to watch their child struggle through these efforts.
It's important to encourage kids to persist at new things, even when it's hard.
To help kids persist, encourage them to try solving their own problems first.
You should make sure your kid takes breaks, keep them practising consistently, and more.
"Studies have shown that children tend to persist more when they are in a context that helps them feel independent, capable, and connected with others"