Sometimes parents think that the only way to be heard is a scream. Learn how not to succumb to this temptation, and to make raising a child more pleasant and easy.
How often do children ask for something that they cannot: cake for Breakfast, bring a bathing suit on a cold day… And when they receive legitimate “no!”, they are falling off to leeward on the floor, screaming and all the kicking. This is enough to leave the state of moral equilibrium and to yell.
As it turns out that the request for the piece of cake in the morning makes mom or dad to scream and go wild? If you have never yelled at your child, in fact, statistically, you get 10% of parents. And the scream is followed by a sense of guilt, it remains an unpleasant aftertaste and a desire to find a more effective method of education.
Does the screaming child?
According to psychotherapist Alyson Schafer, author of books about the education of young children, on the child the cry of the parent also affects negatively. If this is your main way to influence the child’s behavior, you could instill in your child a sense of self-doubt, lack of trust and sense of security. The raised voice coming from mom or dad, activates emotional response “to defend or escape Continue reading
Than similar adults and newborns? – Respect is for tiny baby is just as important as for older.
How to talk with the child to his heart trembled with pain, and happily opened up to Your words? Remember your childhood, parental words and expressions that You combed: “shut up or you catch a fly”, “don’t slouch – Brokeback.” They are all here and waiting in the wings. No wonder they say that the word hurts. Imagine all these succinct statements that will get Your grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and the rest of the kids who come after You.
So how to speak that children listened and heard, and rejoiced in the fellowship? There is a wonderful reception, its meaning: talk to your children like it’s Your best friend. You can imagine what my favorite girlfriend will suddenly hear from You: “you stomp like an elephant!”, “you out of his pants belly sticks out”? And family and our most vulnerable men hear it all the time. Meanwhile, to treat a son or daughter, best friend so easy!
During the first hour after birth, a tiny little man look looking for his mother. Bonding, eye contact Continue reading