Not being a wild man in a suit-Woodmam
The quality of parents has a bearing on the quality of future citizens. The state should vigorously carry out parent education to improve parents' educational quality; at the same time, legislation should be enacted as soon as possible to strictly prohibit scolding children and deprive unqualified parents of their right to monitor them. For example, the right to monitor parents who force their children to run away from home again and again should be abolished, instead of catching them and educating them again and again and sending them back home.
You don't become a gentleman by wearing a suit, you don't become a parent by having children. Being a parent requires learning and learning how to love. Learning to love is a big proposition that needs to be learned slowly, and the easiest first step is to stop scolding your children and not be a wild man in a suit.
Scolding is the worst way to educate. I never believe that those who claim that "no beating is good enough" and "a filial son is born under a stick" really have such an honest belief. This barbaric way of education has no element of "education" at all, it just allows parents to take offense.
The child is in pain and feels guilty when he gets into trouble; the parent's scolding only makes him have no self-esteem and feel that the adults love him more for the lost money and things, and he feels that the adults don't understand him, and he feels rebellious and loses his sense of guilt. "How can the child not become more and more disobedient and careless about everything?
When dealing with a minor, the greatest civilization for an adult is to put yourself in the child's shoes, try to understand what he is thinking and doing, and guide his growth in a way that he is comfortable with. You must treat him as a "person" and treat him as an equal, not as a "weak person" to be conquered.
Children who grow up in a strict family environment will have low self-esteem, introversion, lack of interpersonal communication skills, lack of self-reflection and self-management skills, bad temper, and even depravity. There are also physical reactions such as vomiting, diarrhea, gastrointestinal disorders, and insomnia.
Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities