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Is your child stubborn and rudely responding to all your attempts to encourage him to behave well? Does he constantly bicker with you in public? Or maybe he takes without asking everything he likes?
Familiar situations? Parents all over the world face these and other problems with their children’s behavior every day. In this article, we will look at tips that will make your life easier and help you deal with your child’s bad behavior. But, before you learn how to prevent a child’s bad behavior, you should figure out what behavior is normal for him.
Which behavior is normal?
There are simply no clear criteria for normal behavior. It all depends on the age of the child, his personal qualities, emotional development and the environment in which he is brought up. 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
How do you react when your child is upset or frustrated? Do you feel the same way?
Imagine the situation: the child is not able to solve the homework in mathematics. You explain to him how to solve the problem for 20 minutes, but he still says: “I can’t do anything.” Are you upset in this case?
New studies by American psychologists explain how the emotional state of parents affects the emotional state of a child.
A group of scientists from the University of California (USA) conducted an experiment in which school children and their parents took part. The essence of the experiment was that children faced a difficult task. The researchers found that parents who remain calm in such situations can help the child cope with their negative emotions.
To measure the emotional state of children, the method of electrocardiography was used. This made it possible to establish that children unknowingly sense the emotional state of their parents. As a result, the emotions of the parents are transmitted to the children. Continue reading