“Snitching - it’s bad” and “no-one loves a sneak” are phrases that parents say to their children, while some parents may even encourage this behaviour. In this article we want to discuss how parents should behave in such cases and what parents can say to their child.
If a child behaves aggressively, sometimes it can be confusing not only for mum and dad, but also for caregivers. If aggression is a way to achieve the goals for the child, then this pattern of behavior may remain for a long time.
All people, regardless of age, have things which they are afraid of. Fear is the body’s natural reaction to stimulus that the subconscious sees as danger.
We all know that children are like sponges. They very quickly absorb all the information they hear. Almost definitely, most parents are faced with the fact that their children speak obscene words that they have heard from almost anywhere: at school, in the kindergarten, at home, on the street or on TV. Sometimes it is confusing, and mums and dads do not know how to react to this.
International communication by children is a very important part of education nowadays, so children need to become acquainted not only with their native culture, but also with the culture of different nations of the world.
Sometimes children can ask questions that are really difficult for us to answer. If a child does not understand something, they feel free to ask adults about it.
In every mum’s life, there comes a moment when she needs to go to work, continue her studies, or to begin to do other things, and the child will have to stay with someone else.
How do you teach a child to put their toys away after they have been playing? Every parent asks themselves this question, because it is a very difficult thing to achieve, but it is possible to teach a child to keep things in order.
Your baby is in its third year, and everything is going well. They know how to speak, are potty trained, and all of a sudden, they completely change.
Your children are growing up and their fast little hands can often roam to places where they are not supposed to be. We, as parents are not concerned by the fact that they may break or spoil something– it’s about the possibility that our child could hurt themselves and in extreme circumstances, endanger their life.