When it comes to meeting the needs of the child, parents are often confused. They often cannot plan their finances and make certain mistakes in this matter.
You should not buy things for your children just because other children have them. Buy only what the child needs. This will help him understand the difference between desires and needs and build the conviction that you need to earn money to satisfy needs.
Parents tend to give their children love and happiness and feel satisfaction when they see a smile on the face of the child. When buying children all kinds of things, parents are unlikely to think about how much money they spend on trifles. They just want to provide their children a happy life at all costs.
However, it is important to understand whether you can afford such expenses and plan your finances correctly. If you do not plan finances, this can lead to financial crises and greatly complicate your life. There is nothing wrong with satisfying the needs of a child, but this should not be done only in order to conform to modern fashion or the desire to make a child happy. Continue reading
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