his words and decisions
When you voice safety rules to your child, you need to explain to them why this is important. You can achieve his submission by using the phrase: “Because I said so,” but this will not convince the child of the importance of the rule. Try to assure him that the rules are not needed to make his life less joyful, but to make him safe. The more fair and reasonable the rules seem to the child, the more likely that he will accept them and adhere to them.
Do not bully a child. If you do not want the child to climb trees, you should not tell him: “You will fall and turn your neck.” Say better: “You may fall, and you will be hurt.” If you exaggerate a possible danger, this can lead to one of two consequences (or both at once): Continue reading
When a child goes to school, it may be a relief for you that he communicates more with his peers, especially if you work. On the other hand, spending too much time apart, you move away from each other. You may not notice this yet, but your influence on the child is already beginning to weaken and in his behavior he is increasingly taking an example from classmates and friends.
Your goal for the next few years is to build a strong relationship with your child that will counterbalance peer influence. When a child goes into adolescence, this foundation will be very important.
So, what should a school-raising strategy include?
1. Keep in touch with your child Continue reading