Not To Scold Child. Children are a bundle of energy.
This articles is based on scolding the child. Children are substitute of God. We shouldn’t scold them or beat them. Children are a bundle of energy. Create noise, do matters, they love to play and enjoy. As an adult, most of the time, we too enjoy watching children talk, play and make things. Do we say words and get angry? Is it because kids have a propensity to cross? And when adults are faced with a challenge from a person, we’ve got an inclination shout, to scold child and rebuke. Could you imagine a whole day without having to scold your child? If you have a child under the age of 10, chances are that you may be scolding your child (him\/her) every day and not realizing it.
But do you realize the impact of scolding on your small one? – Children can learn. Worse, if you threaten and don’t carry it out, they learn that it’s an empty threat. This could embolden them to do the infuriating thing over and over again. There are kids who will be impacted more by your scolding. Some withdraw rebuke in their shell preferring not to socialize with parents or adults that scold or tell them off. Some develop a belief that they aren’t welcome at home and in the family they’ve. And some believe they ARE to blame. A feeling of being undesirable, being unloved and being useless could be a psychological basis for depression become hard to treatment and to install.
Therefore, what should you do? How do you make your kid understand what’s right and what’s wrong? Talk to your child in words s\/he understands. A young one isn’t worried about the future. S\/he is more worried about his friends, his schoolmates, his teacher and what they will know about him.