“Our son is 4 years old. It pleases us because growing smart and healthy child. And all would have been perfect, if not one “but”. This problem is becoming a tradition, and we are afraid that it will not be able to fix it. It begins with the fact that I or the husband ask Mitya put away your toys. Obedient and cute baby immediately turns into a blubbering capricious. He hides away from us and categorically does not agree to restore order in the room. No amount of persuasion’t help – the child continues to cry or take away toys.
Of course, after this “view” that the mood is spoiled the whole family. The feeling that my husband – two tyrants, forcing the child to work the mines and of course, feel very badly, forcing his son to do what he wants. But other than that, we worry that Mitya not learn to watch your belongings and keep them in order. And though we always talk with his son about responsibility for their belongings, but despite this, almost every evening we are confronted with the same pattern: the child in tears, and the toys scattered throughout the room. Even when dad threatened to throw all the toys, if the son don’t take them – it still does not help Continue reading
Sooner or later it happens. This introduces us parents into a stupor or shocking. This – the lies of our children. Once we catch favorite, perfect, Golden, most honest, righteous child, on lies. One day he confesses that he lost the keys, that «borrowed» you trifle from her purse or stubbornly silent on the issue «Who smoked in the room?».
Yes, once we understand that our child was lying. Is it dangerous, is there any reason to panic? What if the lie will grow into a habit? No. If you raise a child properly.
Quite naturally, if to a certain age, your baby won’t confess about who broke the vase and candy out of the vase. Until three or four years almost all the time the children the truth (on trifles). They still don’t know the difference between truth and lies, between «» «bad».
Crime and punishment. or a crime and a lie?
The first reason for which the child hides the truth, replacing it with a lie – fear of punishment . Committing some misdemeanor, «liar» chooses the lesser of two evils – to tell the truth and get an earful for what he did or lie to save himself from punishment – and selects, without Continue reading