Compare your heart to yourself, if you still have the impression that what you were most afraid of when you were a child was not the big truth that the instructor could not finish? It's true that what they said were all good words, but I'm afraid you also "can't make up for it". When emotions occupy a child's heart, even if you say that his heart is good, it will not be heard. If you can't guess the emotional code behind Xiaoming's story above, or you want to find some ways to deal with it. Haim G. Ginott's book, Childhood Troubles, I believe can give you a little inspiration. 1) Understand first, then advise and teach At the beginning, it is not easy to see the feelings behind the children. It is necessary to use empathy and try to stand from their point of view. From events to feelings, it will be easier to decipher their emotional codes. 2)
Speak to whatsapp database maintain children's self-esteem You can say what Xiao Ming said, it sounds rude, but don't make personal attacks. Saying Xiao Ming is rude, otherwise it will have a negative impact on their self-worth. Of course, the accumulation of these emotionally motivated behaviors is likely to turn into more serious behaviors such as stealing and truancy. I don't like to use "behavioral problems" to describe the actions of "bad boys",
Because once you decide that what they are doing is wrong, the tools in your hand must be lethal. And parents usually fall in love with this weapon, believing that it will work soon, and the "problem behavior" will be stopped immediately. When you rely too much on this weapon, you fall into the trap of "all undesired behaviors in your child are behavioral problems" and lose the opportunity to understand your child. As the psychologist Abraham Harold Maslow noted in The Psychology of Science: "I think it's appealing that you treat everything like a nail when all you have is a hammer.