Anna, the mother of two children, says: “Every day after work, I go to the store to buy groceries and necessary things. At home, I begin to spread my purchases. My four-year-old son Nikita likes to watch this lesson. Having seen among the purchases diapers intended for the youngest child, he begins to shout: “You always buy something for Sasha, but nothing for me! It’s not fair!”
If there are two or more children in a family, parents often hear the phrase: “This is dishonest!” This can happen because you read the tales to the youngest child longer, allowed him to sleep longer in the morning, or gave him one cookie more than the older one. Children constantly consider how much sweets you give them and their brothers or sisters. They compare who you love more. Continue reading
There are many ways to control a child, and as parents, you probably know that well. Surely you have the rules and consequences that you set for the child.
But sometimes children get completely out of control. This enrages parents and, naturally, causes them concern. If you are familiar with this situation, do not rush to despair. In this article, we will look at some tips on how to deal with an uncontrolled child.
Reasons why a child can get out of control
There may be many reasons why a child may become uncontrollable. Here is some of them: Continue reading
Every child needs love, attention and time that parents will spend with him. You must help your children feel safe and strengthen their self-confidence. So you will make a great contribution to his future.
The child is most affected by the habits and rituals that are accepted in your family. Even on days when you are very busy, you can show your child that you care about him.
To ensure that your child always feels valuable and loved, follow these guidelines.
1. Be careful. When a child wants to talk to you, listen to him. Set aside all affairs and maintain eye contact with him. Show him that you are interested in what he is telling you – is it about insects, a movie that you’ve watched many times, or something else. If you cannot immediately quit your activity, tell your child about it and return to the conversation as soon as you have free time and you can pay attention to it. Continue reading