Cultivate children’s confession

Cultivate children’s “confession”

Generally, when a child reaches two years of age, he will begin to “shame”.
Mistakes can create a sense of restlessness and shyness.
  This kind of anxiety and shyness is “shame”.
  At this time, if parents can guide their children to learn to control their behavior without losing the opportunity, then when the child is about 3 years old, he can gradually have a sense of self-control and self-esteem.
  With these consciousnesses, without external coercion, children rely on their own internal psychological mechanism to automatically adjust and coordinate their relationship with the outside world.
  When you make a mistake, you can consciously learn lessons from the surrounding environment, identify them, and form healthy and positive psychological feedback, which can lead to remorse.
  Confession is the result of the development of young children’s self-awareness, and it has a great influence on the formation of a humble personality.
  Parents can cultivate their children’s confession by suggestion, example, encouragement and influence.
  Hint: When the child is slightly negligent, the parent should not rush to reprimand, let alone show dissatisfaction, can prompt him, “Think about it, would you do that?
“Hint he did something wrong.
  Model: Parents do something wrong. As long as the child knows and understands it, he must show sincere remorse in front of the child, such as “I really shouldn’t”, “I’m sad”, “Too sorryWait.
  Parents can also apologize to each other in front of their children and ask for understanding.
  Encouragement: When a child regrets his fault, parents should praise him for his courage to admit his mistakes and encourage him to work hard to correct them.
  Cultivation: This method requires the creation of a suitable environment on the basis of emotions, and through subtle influences, makes children realize that repentance is a valuable quality of courage and integrity.
  The method is to often explain some stories or stories to the children, to establish a child image of the child with a penitent quality.
This silent edification, such as the drizzle of the wind, poured into Xintian.