What should parents do when a child makes a mistake?

When her child makes a mistake or does commodity unhappy, dangerous, or potentially mischievous to her future, how should she respond? What can you do to help your child realize her mistake and avoid repeating it?

If you resort to negative communication through threats, accusations, or criticism, don’t expect your child to change her behavior or acknowledge her mistake. Instead, they may become demotivated, lose confidence, and blame their parents or other people. Another consequence is that the relationship between parents and children can become more distant.

Instead, try to implement positive communication. Children are more receptive to positive statements than to negative ones or prohibitions, even if they convey the same message. Positive communication can lead to behavioral changes in children. Allows mutual understanding between parents and children. What parents want can be understood by their children and vice versa. Children will feel safe and comfortable communicating with their parents, which fosters a sense of self-esteem and ultimately leads to attitude changes.

For illustration, if you see your aged child hitting his youngish family, you might artificially say,” mischievous boy! Do not hit your family again.” rather, try using a positive protestation, similar as” Your hands aren’t for hitting your family; they’re for doing good effects.”

Another illustration, if your child scribbles on the walls, making them look dirty, rather of hanging him by saying, “If you scribble on the wall again, I will pinch your observance!” Try using a different expression, similar as “Walls aren’t fordrawing.However, use paper, If you want to draw.”

Also, replace negative expressions like “no”, “not allowed”, “banned” with positive expressions that convey the same meaning. For illustration, if you see your child playing dangerously on the stairs, rather of saying, “Do not play on the stairs, you might fall!” Use a conclusive statement like, “Let’s play downward , okay?”

In fact, the pretensions of positive and negative statements are the same to change the child’s geste and make him apprehensive of his mistake. still, try rehearsing positive statements every day and see the impact. Not only will there be a change in geste , but your child will also feel safe and comfortable being with you.

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Oleh Sinta

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