Teacher makes children say positive affirmations

Watch: Teacher encourages children to say positive affirmations as a confidence booster

The teacher encourages children to say positive affirmations as a confidence booster. Instagram/josephrobertshq

Believing in oneself is very crucial to achieving success in life. Many successful and famous personalities like Bruce Lee have put a lot of emphasis on the importance of self-confidence. And a really good way to boost your self-confidence can be positive affirmation.

A video was recently shared on Instagram in which a teacher can be seen teaching her students to say positive things about themselves in front of the mirror. Affirmations that are made to speak to children include “I am strong!” and “I’m not afraid of anything.”

Towards the end of the video, the teacher says, “I can do anything,” “I can do hard things,” and “I believe in myself.” Her students repeat these words after her with great energy and enthusiasm.

Take a look at this video here:

The adorable video won hearts all over social media. In the comments section many people wrote that the world needed more teachers like her.

According to Healthline, positive affirmations can help you draw your attention away from perceived flaws or inadequacies and toward your strengths. Affirmations are a tool to achieve your goals and change your mindset, but they are not a magic bullet for instant success or healing.

This isn’t the only adorable video on social media that shows an incredible bond between teacher and student. A video uploaded to Instagram last month shows the moment a girl sees her favorite teacher in public. Her reaction melted the hearts of the viewers.

Take a look at this video here:

She first walks slowly towards her teacher and looks at the camera with innocence and happiness. Her teacher then sees her. He picks her up and gives her a hug. The boy’s mother can be heard saying “Aww cute,” in the background.

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