Dress like me, or you are a slob.
Do the activities I enjoy or you are an outcast.
Conform to the group’s ideology, beliefs and accept our standards.
These suggestions (or threats) are so subtle they are often even silent. These restrained mandates eliminate ambition and cut children off from their highest self. Children need to know, “The bravest thing they can be is your true self.”. So how does a parent build this trait? This is an unknown value of self-defense training. A child who knows how to protect himself from physical threat often has the courage needed to shut down peer pressure and social treats as well. You can also ask them what their goals are. Or attend events that teach the power of visualizing what you want.