Monthly Archives: March 2019
When raising children, parents are sometimes faced with certain difficulties. They are forced to live with the child all the stages of his growing up and all the problems associated with them. At different stages of growth in the child there are various changes in the body, body condition, behavior and many other areas. Some children may experience anxiety when faced with changes in their lives. Seeing manifestations of anxiety in a child, parents should be extremely careful.
Consider some tips that will help parents better understand their children in such cases.
1. Pay attention to the feelings of the child. It is very important to be attentive to the feelings of the child. Parents should monitor changes in the behavior of the child to understand the causes of his anxiety. Continue reading
The feeling of anger in a child can occur for many reasons. Sometimes this is due to the fact that the child goes through a certain stage of its development and simply does not understand their own emotions. However, in other cases, anger can be associated with trauma and other mental problems. Sometimes a child’s tantrums and arguments with his parents are quite normal, but other manifestations of anger may indicate abnormal behavior.
When does a child show anger through tantrums?
This is common in preschool children. Among child psychologists and early development specialists, the expression “terrible two-year-old age”is common. That’s when children often have tantrums. Their cause is frustration, and the child knows only one way to Express it – through hysteria. Continue reading
Separation anxiety is a disorder that is expressed in the fear of separation of the child from his parents. It is often found among children at a certain stage of the child’s development. Most children outgrow separation anxiety by the age of three, but sometimes it occurs among older children. There may be different reasons for this.
If a child under the age of two and a half years shows excessive anxiety when forced for some time to part with one of the parents or close relatives, it can be a sign of separation anxiety. It is necessary to distinguish between anxiety disorder and the normal phase of development of the child, which he usually outgrows. Continue reading