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Avoid putting an excessive amount of pressure in children to do well, because it can be counterproductive. ‘Don’t demand perfection, just encourage each child to do their finest. Students who achieve success as scholars, musicians and athletes feel good about themselves. Remember, each child can be an individual, and need not feel pressure to accomplish all plain things, or to do all ordinary things well. Try not to compare them to siblings or friends,’ Richel said.. Doctor Offers Back-to-School Health Tips: – SUNDAY, Aug. 16, 2015 – – With the arrival of the brand new school calendar year, parents have to remember the need for keeping their children healthful, a pediatrician advises.