Children need the most basic things from their parents, such as time and affection. This contributes to their development. Your child grows up the way you raised him. Consider what exactly the child should receive in full from the parents.
All children are affected by the environment in which they grow. The child learns from how he lives, who surrounds him, which makes him a man. If parents encourage the child, he learns confidence. If parents teach a child honesty, he becomes fair. If a child grows up in an atmosphere of approval, he learns to love himself. If a child grows up in safety, he learns to trust. If parents teach a child to share, he grows up generous. If a child grows up in an atmosphere of acceptance and friendliness, he learns to love and make the world better.
When you first have a child, you want to give him all the best: you buy the most expensive toys, clothes and other things. But is all this your child needs? Of course, he needs certain things, but this is not the main thing. Simple things, such as love, affection, and attention, play a major role in the growth and development of a child. Your care and affection give the child a sense of security that will allow him to fully reveal his potential while exploring the world around him. Consider several factors that are important in the development of the child. Continue reading
Many parents experience problems in the process of introducing the child to the discipline. Especially often this problem is encountered by young parents raising their first child. The sooner you begin to accustom your baby to certain rules and give some household chores, the better. This will contribute to its development and create a calm atmosphere in the house.
Consider several ways to teach a young child to discipline.
1. Make sure that the child picks up
Young children learn about the world through touch and sensation. Of all the feelings, young children have the most developed sense of touch, and this should be used in the process of discipline of the child, for example, to explain to the baby which items should not be touched. Tell your child “hotly” by pointing to a pot of hot water, a stove, or other items in the kitchen. Use soft touches when the child is trying to grab everything he sees. Continue reading
Anger and disobedience are normal reactions of a person when they feel threatened or fearful. This reaction is natural for both adults and children, regardless of whether the threat is real and comes from the outside world or is inside us (for example, when we are deeply upset, confused, feel grief or frustration). Anger or disobedience can ease the feeling of powerlessness and relieve pain for a while.
Young children are not yet able to cope with disappointments, as they do not possess the necessary skills for this. Their psyche is not yet sufficiently developed so that they can see the real causes of their disorders. They cannot calm themselves and regulate their reactions. Punishing a child for bad behavior in such cases is not only unfair, but also unproductive. From this he feels even more impotence and anger.
But, if punishment only reinforces the child’s bad behavior, how to cope with his bad behavior? What can be done if the child shows anger or disobedience? Continue reading