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As children grow up, parents become more and more interested in what they do and where they go. However, children, growing up, are becoming more and more secretive. Sometimes it’s good, but sometimes it can be a problem for both parents and the child himself.
Parents should exercise great caution when asking a child questions and being interested in his activities, hobbies or social circle. If a child feels hostility on the part of his parents or the inability to openly share his thoughts with them, he may become secretive. To stay informed about the events in the life of the child, you should follow certain recommendations. Let’s consider them in more detail.
Be friendly with your child. Better to be his friend than an outsider. The closer the emotional connection between you, the more you will know about what is happening in his life. You do not have to do what the child does. Better look from the side, how he overcomes difficulties. There are many different aspects in a child’s life that you might know and understand better if you would become a child’s friend and not just a parent.
Encouragement is the best way to let your child express their feelings. Continue reading
Emotions rule our lives. However, in order to take them under control, it is necessary to learn to recognize them. For example, if you learn to trust strange bodily sensations, you can avoid a bad situation.
Children under 6 years old need your help to cope with their emotions.
An early emotional experience helps children understand their feelings. If you encourage the child to display joy, this becomes part of his personality. If you respect the emotions of the child as his unique traits, this will contribute to his development and teach him to respect his emotions. And, on the contrary, not allowing the child to develop, the parents cause him resentment and anger. If parents ignore the emotions of the child, thinking that it will help him to control, and also teach him to suppress feelings, the child does not sufficiently develop his emotional intelligence. Continue reading
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