Write to your child-Woodmam

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  Letters, since ancient times, have been a good way for people to communicate with each other.

  In the process of educating children, parents often encounter situations where they have a lot to say to their children, but they do not know where to start. Especially when it comes to more sensitive issues, you don't know if you should say it to your child and how to say it to your child.

  Writing letters to your child, expressing your feelings through words, is a good way to communicate with your child.

  When my son was in high school, I once went to a parent-teacher conference at school and heard that he had a crush on a female classmate, but the female classmate ignored him, so he was in a very low mood. When I got home, I told his father about the situation, and he asked him right then and there, "What's going on with you and that girl?" My son cried and yelled at us, "Don't push me, okay?" He slammed the door and left. Neither of us said anything. A while later, my son came back and said, "I'm sorry, I got too excited just now! You can criticize me!" I was touched by my son's "generosity" and felt that I had been too careless with my approach, so I apologized and said, "We were too anxious, so I won't talk about it today."

  That night, I wrote him a letter. The letter read, "When a country is strong, other countries come to establish diplomatic relations with it; when a man is strong, others will be friendly with him; when a man is strong, good girls will also take the initiative to make friends with him. A man is united with others by his own strength. You are not very strong now, you go to people unsuccessfully and feel bad in your heart, this is a sign of weakness. You have to make yourself strong, and I believe you are a real man." I put this letter on his desk and haven't talked about it since.

  Letters, since ancient times, have been a good way for people to communicate with each other, we must not forget them!

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