Before parents from time to time there is a dilemma: to indulge desires of the child or to designate limits of the allowed. Some children have quite a long list of things they want to have, and if the parents do not fulfill all their desires, they feel dissatisfied. Parents can try their best to save the child from disappointment, indulging all his whims and buying him everything he wants. As a result, however, they realize that their efforts are not enough. Why can some children always be content with what they have and others not?
Understanding child behavior
The desire (or lack of desire) for external encouragement is a certain pattern of behavior. To understand why a child behaves in one way or another, it is necessary to understand that this is how he expresses his emotions or reacts to the emotions of other people. Continue reading
Living in a family, the child learns the unwritten rules of its functioning: who is responsible for what, to whom you can come for a hug, and to whom-with a request to buy a cat.
This happens naturally and effortlessly, because the family is the first familiar environment for a child.
Another thing is kindergarten-the first place of socialization of the child. This is something where everything is alien, there are no favorite home smells and toys. But most importantly, there are no parents around. Because of all this, the child feels anxious and tense.
To facilitate the adaptation of a son or daughter in kindergarten, use the following tips.
Prepare a ” support package» Continue reading
When I was in first grade, I used to ride a bike with my friends. Suddenly the wheel of my Bicycle hit a rock. I went over the steering wheel and fell, hitting my chin. It didn’t really hurt. However, when I saw that I was bleeding, I started screaming. I wasn’t screaming in pain – I was scared.
When my parents came running to help, I had a real panic. I saw the fear on dad’s face as he ran toward me. Then we went to the hospital.
I’ll never forget this trip. I was sitting on my mom’s lap, and dad was driving. My mother comforted me as much as she could, but I couldn’t take them anymore. Continue reading