In addition to paying attention to their daily clothing, food, housing, and transportation, taking care of children is more important to cope with their considerably changed moods.
If they are slightly dissatisfied, they will always cry, making a lot of noise.
Often, parents don’t understand why the child is still good for one second and then suddenly yells out of control the next second.
As the child grows up, he is slowly searching for himself, so it is entirely reasonable to have an occasional emotion, but this has been the case for a long time. Parents must take extra care to teach their children to release their feelings properly!
The following are tips for dealing with emotional children for your reference.
1. Pay attention to early signs
The child grows up slowly, and the parents carefully observe their situation from the side, pay attention to early warnings of emotional breakdown. The following are early symptoms (but not limited to this):
- There are many troubles
- Tangle parents
- Separate yourself from the outside world
When your child has one or more of these situations, parents need to remind them, “you are complaining,” “you are very irritable now,” and then distract them.
2. Let your child vent
Whether the child loses his temper at home or in a public place, let him continue to vent his emotions after persuading him to calm down.
As long as the parents maintain emotional stability and let their children understand that their loss of control has not become adults’ focus, they will slowly get tired of their emotions and calmly return to reality within minutes.
3. Find the fuse
After your child is calm, talk to him to find out what makes them angry, sad, or annoyed.
Parents should guide their children to slowly describe their inner feelings in detail, on the one hand, to help them understand themselves and emotions, and on the other hand, to let parents know the honest thoughts of their children.
4. Record in diary form
Keep down the days and times of your child’s emotions every time, and try to write down what happened as detailed as possible.
This can help parents understand their child’s behavior and prevent the same incident from happening again.
If the child is sometimes entrusted to others to take care of, you can refer to Ji Luben together to prevent stepping on the child’s fuse.
5. Let your child choose one
When children are unwilling to listen to their parents, parents avoid “open questions” and give them some options.
For example, parents want their children to turn off the TV to sleep, but the child insists on continuing. The adult should tell the child: “It’s late now, it’s time to sleep, but since you want to keep watching TV, mom and dad can give you a choice to keep more Watch for 3 minutes, or shut down and go to bed immediately, and listen again tomorrow. “
This will not only respect the child’s opinion but also reduce the child’s emotional appearance.
6. Allow accidental emotions to erupt
Children’s emotions may be cloudy, but parents can’t force them to suppress their feelings every time. It can make the feelings emit occasionally, give the child some time to cry, yell, vent emotions, and reduce the psychological burden.
After the child vented, parents remembered to hug the child and make them feel loved and safer. Of course, the number of emotional bursts cannot be too frequent!