Parents don’t know how to choose the safest and most effective way to improve their children’s behavior and raise their children better. Parents’ reactions will vary depending on the type of behavior the child exhibits and the mood of the parent in this situation… Therefore, they may resort to violence at certain times and tend to indulge at other times. Unfortunately, as we will show in this article, violence and indulgence are not one of the most successful educational methods.
Knowing Children Does Not Mean Indulgence:
Understanding and calming children’s emotions does not mean accepting their desires when they are angry, nor does it mean giving them everything they want. Knowing boys means: “I know you are angry with me because I don’t want to give you this thing”
Parents often make their children addicted to children, which makes them confused about understanding children. To calm him does not mean to pet him, abandon him, or fulfill his desires.
Knowing the child and calming him down can make him have a strong sense of emotional security, so he will cause some emotions himself, such as: “Even if I feel sad, even if I feel pain, I can always rely on my family. Very angry They don’t reject me, they understand how I feel.
It is this emotional security that makes people feel confident, safe, and provides fertile ground for self-control and balanced life. This emotional security is the basic rule for him to grow up, gradually establish his personal identity, think for himself and be responsible for himself.
Avoid Education Through Violence And Coercion:
On the other hand, education through intimidation, threats, blackmail, lack of respect, and emotional deprivation made him lose his self-confidence and become unbalanced in the construction of identity. This prevented him from expressing his negative feelings, doubts, and anxiety.
His anger caused an atmosphere of incomprehension. When a boy is sent to calm himself in a room when we deny his feelings when we laugh at him When all he gets is: “Not dangerous”, or when you think “I’m ugly or less beautiful” when a person gives up and refuses to continue looking for a need that they wanted to express when they prefer loneliness, loneliness and even punishment to hugs.
An incomprehensible boy felt rejected and angry. If children have questions or concerns during their teenage years, then children whose needs we cannot understand and respect will seek shelter and understanding away from their families. Therefore, in the long run, the conversations and conflicts of deaf-mute people destroy the family atmosphere. Raising a very young boy can restore patience every day. As time passed, the boy became more and more “rational”:
Around the age of 4/3, there will be a few strong disturbances. From the age of 5/6, I am more emotionally stable.
Although all the neural connections of the boy are not yet complete, the age of 7 is still considered the “mental age”.