Parents forbade something to many of us in childhood. Sometimes we heard the word “no” too often.
But years later, when we have our own children, we begin to understand our parents. Raising children is not an easy task. Parents can be good-natured and love their children indefinitely, but out of a sense of fear they use the wrong patterns of behavior. Try not to resort to such behaviors in dealing with children.
1. Excessive custody. Worrying news and phobias keep many parents at bay. However, life goes on. When fear controls our actions, it negates our good intentions. Anxiety for the child turns into control, looking after him into supervision, and protection into excessive custody. Sometimes, due to excessive custody, parents are tempted not to let the child out of the house, but this only suppresses him. If you do not allow your child to play on the court with other children, go to birthdays, etc., he will not be able to develop the communication skills that he needs. Let your child communicate with peers. 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