Child rebellious period-Woodmam

What will the rebellious children show?

1. Self-centeredness

At this time, the child will behave as I like, I like what I do. He will not listen to other people's advice and will not take into account other people's feelings.

For example, he deliberately goes out without his phone watch so that his parents can't find him, not caring that they are worried about him.

2. Don't like to be restrained

The child has reached the rebellious stage

In fact, not only children do not like to be restrained, but we adults are also the same. So when parents keep nagging, children will resist from the inside. "You have to finish your homework before you can go out to play." When parents repeatedly emphasize this to their children, the children will rebel inside, "I want to play for a while and then come back to do my homework, what can you do to me?"

Children, like us, are social beings who want to be treated equally and with the respect they deserve. They are now in an environment that is much more stressful than when we were young, such as the pressure of further education and interpersonal relationships.

At this time, parents and teachers do not help children to channel these pressures in a timely manner, it will stimulate the children's subconscious rebellion, thus creating a rebellious mentality.

What should parents do when their children are rebellious?

1. Respect your child

"You must", "you should", "you know what" and so on and so on words as little as possible, replaced by "Oh, you should do? " Ask your child instead of telling him or her, and let him or her take the initiative to participate in the process with a heavy-handed attitude.

2. Think differently

The child failed the test, already very sad inside. If the parents are indiscriminate, is a criticism, "What happened? How come the test is so bad?" For the child, it is simply to add insult to injury. If instead, "You must be very sad that you didn't do well in this test?" The child will feel a lot better when he or she feels the sympathy of the parents.

3. Encourage your child

Encouraged children are more confident

American educator and child psychologist Rudolph Drax said: Children need encouragement like plants need water. Therefore, encouragement is the most important part of raising a child.

Writing essays has always been a major challenge. When I was preparing to write my essay last night, I saw that my last weekly essay had been marked by the teacher with several wavy lines and said to me, "Look, Mom, I can write more beautiful sentences too." I said, "Yes, it's a big improvement. I couldn't even think of these sentences, but you did. How did you do that?"

Feeling very happy, he said he would keep working hard. That's what encouragement does. The teacher told them that where the wavy lines are marked, they are beautifully written. So the child is encouraged to.

When a child is in a rebellious stage, parents should not treat it as a flood. What children want is nothing more than equality, respect, a sense of belonging, and a sense of value. As long as we are willing to put down our high profile, willing to establish a close and equal relationship with our children; allow our children to have their own ideas believe that they have the ability to handle things independently; when they encounter difficulties, give timely support and encouragement, so that children feel the love of their parents, children will soon be able to balance through this rebellious period, growing into a responsible child.

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