Growing up requires communication-Woodmam


Getting into a child's mind is not by suspicion or surveillance, but by communication.

  Communication with adults is a special spiritual need for today's children, especially only children. They grow up in the "adult world" and are the "individual" of the family. They are eager to be respected, trusted and understood, and they are eager to communicate with their parents and establish a partnership with them. But parents often do not understand their children's hearts, they are wondering: "I have given you everything you want, what more do you want?" Over time, the door to the child's desire to communicate closes, and in some cases, it never opens.

  It takes communication to get into a child's mind. Good communication enables us to build good relationships in the family, and conversely, poor communication can destroy such relationships.

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