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Feb 23 '15 at 21:35 comment added Calphool This article was by Dr. Dweck. She's been researching this field for a long time. It seems that we've been raising our children to be less resilient over time by focusing on what they "are" instead of what they "do". Ironically it's often because we want them to have high self esteem, and in the process we cripple them emotionally by telling them "You're good at that." We need to be especially careful with competitive situations. With the wrong input from an authority figure, children can focus on how "bad" they are when they're learning a new skill rather than what they've learned.
Feb 23 '15 at 17:13 history answered Brian Robbins CC BY-SA 3.0