You should say When it happened? Who is this person? What the person did? And explain why you felt proud of him or her?
Family plays a significant role in everyone’s life. There are countless circumstances when my family members have made me feel proud. Here, I would tend to elaborate on the incident when I was extremely proud of my sister.
Four years ago, my sister participated in an art and craft competition and she had made thread painting. Although she is just 9 years old, the way she performs it seems like she is 15 years old. Well, to be frank, my memory fails me and I cannot recall the exact date when she attended the craft activity but she made a thread painting with the help of a needle and wool and it was on a cloth.
Since she would never made a thread painting before, but she did well. It seemed to be arduous work as it took 4 to 5 hours to finish it but finally, it turned out to be quite rewarding.
The prominent reason for being proud of her is that she worked hard at such a tender age with determination, dedication, and discipline. I was so proud that she was even participating in a competition like this at such a young age. She has always been good at academics and in this craft competition, she got first prize.
we were really feeling proud of her. lt was really a proud moment for the entire family. I must say that my father was especially proud of my sister because he always wanted to see her daughter as a winner.
1. When would parents feel proud of their children?
There are various circumstances when parents feel proud of their children such as when children get good scores when they are kind and they do not judge people based on religion or opinion. For younger children parents are proud when they achieve tiny milestones like saying their first word, taking their first step, and so on.
2. Should parents reward children? Why and how?
Rewards are important for many reasons: Rewards can encourage a child’s good behaviors. Parents respond right after their child’s behaviors make the behavior more or less likely to happen again. Rewards can help get their child to do more of the things their parents want her to do.
3. Is it good to reward children too often? Why?
I don’t think parents should reward children too often as it can make them stubborn. Buying them toys, gadgets as rewards can make them materialistic. Younger kids may become too focused on the reward and forget about the reason they are being rewarded for.
4. On what occasions would adults be proud of themselves?
Adults have many occasions when they are proud of themselves, like a promotion at their job, buying their first home, getting their children into good schools, doing social work like helping others or a friend in need, etc