The relationship between parents and children is a complex and important process. Each parent dreams that these relationships are trusting and friendly, that the child hears and listens to them and shares their experiences. And of course, every parent wants to learn how to better negotiate with their young one during conflict situations. So how do you do it and get it right? Let's figure it out!
Parenting is a very complex process. Many mothers and fathers ask one question: “How to be a parent without using shouting and punishments?” Most of them find it difficult to stay calm and contain their emotions when seeing their child’s bad behavior. However, it's even more painful to see when parents scream and punish a child for not listening to them.
Probably, many of us have seen situations where children play together amicably, but suddenly some quarrel happens. Children swear, scream, cry, and blame each other. Any adult will try to understand this situation, try to find out who is right or guilty, and then try to achieve the conciliation of both sides. Often, the instigator pleads guilty and apologizes. The other side, however, continues to be offended and does not want forgive the offender at all. They may leave the game and ignore the other child for a long time in order to demonstrate that they still having a bad feeling.
When we talk about raising children, every detail is important. Many people know that you need to pamper your child reasonably and you can’t put a strict limit on everything. Many parents do not think about the fact that when they are very strict in some moments and resist giving into the child, this can cause psychological trauma.