The video re-shared the image in the supermarket, a boy was crying loudly and being yelled at by his mother right there, it seemed like he was asking his mother to buy something other than his mother’s permission.
The parents may have been in a situation where their child demanded to be given a favorite item.From the time the child is 2-3 years old, it is smart enough to notice that the parents are “very scared” when they cry, and “just squint, you’ll get anything.” Therefore, permanent hydration in children is the form OF psychology, not the psychology of NATURAL development. When the child is too easy to receive, then the child learn to ask to be accepted, rather than understand why the child is accepted.
There are many ways of indulgence that we can see: the first is that indulgence is very easy, the other is that despite shouting, despite prohibiting loud noises, it is easy to accept and the end point is always “the child has what he/she wants”. Whatever the type of indulgence, the child still receives the answer “Ok, I already have”. For the second form, you will certainly not be “recalcitrant” by “permanent tap” of the child, you are still the loser because the child has grasped the mind
your assistant is dead. Children will cry and eat harder because they know it’s the only way to beat you.
Let’s strike a balance between refusal and permission. Do not always reject all of your child’s requests, but listen and allow them if it is really something they can do or you can control.
Many parents often make unintentional or deliberate mistakes and always refuse to allow the child to do anything. If you explain why you refuse or agree to ask of the child but less than 1 thing some condition is certain that the child will always respect your refusal and will make demands after the child has thought it over. Well done, you have also taught children a part of the lesson “Why being allowed”, children will learn to think about what needs to be allowed when asking for permission.