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In today’s society, praise is a rare commodity. It seems like we are always looking for ways to criticize and put people down. What if I told you that praise can have an amazing impact on your life? You might be thinking “Really? How could that be possible?”

This blog post will explore the benefits of praise and give some tips on how you can use praise in your daily life to improve your mental health and relationships with others!

-Praise reduces stress and anxiety. Studies show that people who praise themselves or others have reduced levels of cortisol, the hormone released during stressful times.

What’s more is that when we provide praise to our children, it has an even greater impact on their self esteem! We all know how much pressure kids feel these days with social media and technology so this can be a great way to help them find support elsewhere while also building their confidence.

Giving praise is another opportunity for us to practice mindfulness too which brings us back into the present moment and helps calm down our thoughts about failure or what could go wrong in the future. It’s been shown that those who take time out of each day just to sit quietly are happier than those who don’t.

Praise is one of the most effective ways to calm down and center ourselves so we can be more present in our lives, which also means showing our kids that they’re cared for and loved unconditionally – without judgment or harsh criticism.

– praise helps us reduce stress levels by releasing less cortisol into your body during times of duress

– when children are given praise it boosts their self esteem too because people will always care about how you feel at home as well as school

– giving praise gives us a chance to practice mindfulness, which calms down all those negative thoughts from yesterday’s failure and brings us back into the present moment where we have full control over our lives

The Science Behind Praise: Praise releases less cortisol into your body during times of duress, which also means that it can help reduce stress levels and create a sense of calmness in our minds when we are feeling overwhelmed or anxious. When children are given praise it boosts their self esteem too because people will always care about how you feel at home as well as school. Giving praise gives us a chance to practice mindfulness, which calms down all those negative thoughts from yesterday’s failure and brings us back into the present moment where we have full control over our lives – with nothing but positive affirmations feeding off each other like puppies chasing one another in circles (puppies love praise too!)

This blog post is sponsored by praise.com, the website for parents and caregivers seeking positive affirmation of their children. So go on, give your child some praise today!

-Praise releases less cortisol into our bodies during times of duress which also means that it can help reduce stress levels and create a sense of calmness in our minds when we are feeling overwhelmed or anxious. When given praise from others, this boosts your self esteem because people will always care about how you feel at home as well as school (praise gives us a chance to practice mindfulness!). Giving praise allows us to put all those negative thoughts from yesterday’s failure behind us while bringing yourself back into the present moment with nothing but positive thoughts and a big smile on your face.

-Praise is also an effective way to nurture self esteem for children because it builds their confidence when they are given positive feedback about themselves from others, which in turn makes them more likely to try new things (instead of fearing failure or being victim of bullying). Praise releases dopamine into the brain as one’s mood improves and this can help make us happy by decreasing anxiety levels. This creates a sense of calmness while feeling overwhelmed with worry or fear. It is important that we praise our kids not only at home but school too!

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