In school age, we learn how to be human

Yes, sometimes two-year-old kids behave exhausted, but if you learn to apply the following tips instead of being disciplined, you will be less stressful in your day-to-day life.

In school age, we learn how to be humanDr. Tovah Klein Child Psychology in the How Toddlers Thrive: What Parents Can Do Today for Children Ages 2-5 to Plant the Seeds of Lifelong Success gives the following tips for parents of 2-5 year olds.All parents want to have a happy, balanced, kind child , a respectful, respectful, smart and successful adult. But is it really up to us, is it parents? Can we get a kid to be nice? You don't? According to Dr. Klein, the only thing we can do if we are to love, kiss, hug, and be kind to us. Just think that while a child is tiny, it is only natural us in the middle of the night. And as it became two days, almost one day, we made countless demands on the other: we wanted to behave, listen to us, follow the rules, and be "kind." Interestingly, as these expectations appear to our "not a baby" child, the hysterical era breaks down. unacceptable behavior, it will remain so forever. And the fact is, though surprising, but - unconsciously - is usually the way to "spoil" the child. By suppressing these needs in the child, we are destroying the person. We are deprived of the opportunity to understand yourself, to discover the world, and to escape the curiosity. Through age-appropriate discipline, correction, criticism, and cross-fertilization of your needs, you select the emotional abilities you need to succeed and succeed in adulthood. Let's have a fresh look at two-wheeled hysterics and mischief and see the path and experience needed to improve. What more can we do about it besides this?The baby
- Give your child safety and relative guidance
- Listen to it instead of constantly talking to it and controlling it
- Give your child freedom to play and explore the world as they wish
- Create space and opportunity for your child to struggle and make mistakes
- Work on knowing your child's personality and needs at all ages, and
- You can give boundaries and directions
According to Dr. Klein, if we try to "raise" our child according to these principles, it can provide a solid foundation for development at a time when the little one is still learning how to understand and handle his or her own intricate sensations. By the way, we are also much calmer, more empathetic, and more resilient to it (we are not always trying to force our own will) (VIA)Related articles in binary:
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