Newborn children have a sense of the world-Woodmam


  Once a child is born, don't think that he knows nothing about the outside world and can be influenced by all kinds of wrong things at will. From now on, you have to enter the role of a parent. Your attitude toward life and toward him should have a long-term vision - that my child will be a successful, healthy, and comfortable person in his later life. You have to treat your child with such a mindset, including when he is very young, he does not have more rational reactions, only comfortable and uncomfortable feelings, and often uses crying to express his various feelings about life.

  For you, there is also the simplest, but also the most difficult and important practice, is to start now to reshape their own psychological quality.

  Because you bring up the child, later on the child's greatest influence is you, any reaction you have to life is very important. For example, what's going on at home, the information you and your loved ones bring back from the outside work environment, what's going well and what's not going well in life, what's wrong with your child's body, if your child is touched or dropped.

  Your reaction is important. If your reaction is panicky, vulnerable, and confused when things go wrong, the repetitive impact on your child's psyche from a young age will be an important negative influence throughout his life.

  So, you need to think first of all that I need to start my life over again in the face of my child, to reinvent myself, to become more peaceful, calmer, more determined, and able to approach life more smoothly, including the various things that happen to my child. This is very important. When your child is sick or unwell, you have to react calmly and with aplomb. Your reaction is very important to your child and cannot be replaced by anything else.

  The second practice I hope you will ask the older generation for advice. Our older generation is generally multi-children, and many older people happen to be more upbeat about their children and are not so alarmed or concerned when things go wrong. You have to feel the kind of attitude they have towards their children. Unlike many parents today, who put their children in a thermos, making them vulnerable from the physical to the psychological. That approach is harmful to the child.

  These two points are especially important for parents whose children are just born. When the child is a little older and can listen to stories, even if the child does not seem to understand or seem to understand, you can tell him a story in a mumbling way. No matter what story is told, the story of the little white immune, the story of the little goat, the content of these stories and the way they are told are designed to make him a really strong and brave person mentally, with a spirit of independence and autonomy.

  If you can pay attention to these points, you will have laid a particularly important foundation for your child's emotional intelligence education by the time he is two or three years old.

  The most influential aspect of teaching emotional intelligence to children is how parents behave in the home - especially in situations where the child can see them and some of them involve the child himself.

  From the time a child is young, even if he is very young, half a year old, he has a sense of the world around him. The little reaction you have to your child, he "recorded". For example, what is your reaction when he is uncomfortable, what is your reaction when he is in pain, what is your reaction when the child is hot or cold, what is your reaction when the child cries, what is your reaction when the child has this or that request, or what is your reaction when the child is sick.

  The whole set of your reactions to your child is also inputted into your child as a reaction program. The child will later use your attitude to react to the problems he encounters.

  In the process of educating children, spoiling manifests itself in a particularly careful and sensitive, timid, fearful of this or that attitude, an attitude that gives the child precisely a vulnerable physical and psychological reaction. They feel the reaction to the way they approach life from the way they are treated, the way their parents treat them.

  One can imagine what their attitude toward life will be when they grow up, and when they encounter problems, they will react accordingly according to the program they have already entered.

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