acuerdos con tus hijos

Although it sometimes seems impossible to be able to reach agreements or understand your child because he constantly changes his mind, remember that it is possible. As adults, and especially in the first years of our children’s lives, it seems that everything is whimsical and that they continuously act without any meaning. The truth is that until almost 3 years of age, children experience a continuous birth of neurons and still do not act with logical reasoning, but to the sound of their pure and hard emotions.

If your young son tells you that he wants to go up the slide when you are in the park, it will probably be because he has seen other children and he thought that it could be something fun, however, it is likely that before you arrive he has already changed his idea and want to go to the swing. Remain calm, because in reality your child in this type of situation does not seek to drive you crazy or tire you more than you already are at the end of a hard day at work, but it is his emotions that often push him from side to side. another to act for no apparent reason. Even your child doesn’t understand very well why he wants one thing and immediately wants another, and that is what makes him unable to answer your whys and seem to be plunged into a state of constant hesitation.

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It is true that although your children do not know very well why they do it by acting purely on impulse, they can create a very tense situation in public that makes you angry or nervous. Always try in this type of case keep calm and act in a way that you understand . Give him time to think carefully about what he really wants and wants, which will probably take a while, and if he changes his mind tell him that nothing is wrong and that you will save that candy that he no longer wants for later, or if he no longer wants go to the slide you can come later or another day. In this way the child will have enough time to reflect and feel what it is that he really wants or does not want.

Let him gradually build his list of priorities and wishes without scolding or arguing about his changes of opinion. The fact of not restricting him in the process will make him feel more and more sure of himself and his own decisions, decreasing his indecision.

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