HER FATHER – RAMA DEE IS A KING OF RNB IN TANZANIA AND SHE WANNA BE A DOCTOR WEN SHE GROW UP…>> HOW TO ENCOURAGE UR CHILD TO BE A DOCTOR WHEN GROWN UP.


 It has to be their choice, and we must never push them in the direction we think is best for them: if we do that, then a child may even go the opposite way to define oneself. If you think your child would make an amazing doctor, you can always buy them the typical nurse and doctor toy outfits including a stethoscope and even a microscope, since pre-med/medical students must excel in sciences, as well as everything else... Let your child discover interests--oneself--and just encourage following ones self-actualizing dreams.
Support your child's efforts, no matter what he or she wants to do in life, as long as it's a real effort to achieve one's own ideas. Happiness is the best choice. Effort and persistence (in the child's own choice) is what works. Listen to your child about his or her dreams.

Keep in mind how children think: your four year old may want to be a lion-tamer or ballerina when he or she grows up, but that will change numerous times in that time span. What matters is to just help your child to be well rounded, get a good education, butnever direct the final decision for a career.

Pay attention to their talents and what they love to do, then suggest several careers that those talents and abilities will be of good use.

Tell your child what you think--that if he or she has a knack for detail, loves to read, has a good memory, and likes to help all kinds of people--that these arehelpful qualities for doing many careers and "one of these is a doctor." Then back off!

Ask your child when the subject of a career comes up, "Do you think that you might like to be a doctor when you grow up?"

Listen: if the answer is, "No, not really..." don't be surprised, hurt or argue... say something like, "You don't huh? Hmmm!" If it is, "Yeah, maybe..." then just say, "You might huh? Hmmm!" Either way--just relax. Mention it again in a year or so...

Always make other suggestions. Your child will need to discover exactly what he or she wants to do someday.

Encourage them to "be your best self", do the best to have fun while doing the best at what they like, finish school, and follow their own dreams.

Be a doctor! No! That is not for your to decide, at all... You may hate to admit it, buttoo much encouragement about a job field can backfire.

Back away from that decision: when your child gets older, and realizes that you don't know "everything," and that you are pushing too hard in one direction, you will be embarrassed... so just be at ease, be there, ...

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