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Parents can and should teach their child discipline. The task of parents is to voice their expectations of the child’s behavior, explain to him the rules, norms and moral values. Children need to be constantly disciplined so that they can learn from their mistakes. Also, discipline provides the child with safety and gives him an understanding of what he can and cannot do.
Discipline helps the child learn and change their behavior. However, parental attempts to control their child can become excessive and harm him. When it comes to discipline of children, there is a very fine line between the attempts of parents to teach a child to discipline and violence against him. Parents and teachers must understand where this line passes, and in no case cross it.
In many countries, legislation is very strict on physical and mental abuse of children. In addition, abused children receive severe emotional trauma, the consequences of which they experience throughout their lives.
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Many of us do not like to admit to ourselves that we have bad habits: biting our nails, picking our nose, cracking our fingers, etc. Most likely, our bad habits go back to childhood and have remained with us throughout our lives.
Children are naive and often unaware of their actions. Therefore, they can easily form bad habits. If harmful actions are not noticed in the early stages, they will develop into habits that the child will have a hard time getting rid of. Therefore, when we see our children develop bad habits, we are seized with anxiety and anxiety.
How to fix a child’s bad habits
Having a great desire, you can cope with bad habits. It may be difficult, but possible. Show a little patience, care and attentiveness, make efforts – and you can save the child from bad habits.
Consider several ways to correct bad habits in children. Continue reading