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3 Signs That You May Be Very Rigorous With Your Child

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3 Signs That You May Be Very Rigorous With Your Child

3 Signs That You May Be Very Rigorous With Your Child
Children are not shallow boards filled with our teachings. However, our behavior directly influences your emotional situation. We are responsible for building the character of this very important individual. Even with the greatest love in the world, we still make mistakes, we charge more and more, and consequently, we demand of them as well.

By imposing limits we get to overcome some, which can lead the child to a stage of sadness and anguish. Some signs may evidence that these limits are being extrapolated.

1. He is lying
According to a research conducted at McGrill University in Canada, children who are rigorously raised tend to be more lying. Research conducted with African students showed that children educated in warmer environments presented lies within the expected pattern.

While children raised in harsher homes have been quicker and more efficient in inventing stories. Researchers explain that fearing punishment children learn to lie naturally.

This does not mean that they will be delinquents, they are only developing important psychological capacities. But this behavior may give parents a possible sign that something is off the mark.

2. He smiles a little
Have you noticed how often your child smiles? A child who smiles little reveals, obviously, being unhappy. This constant sadness can be the result of low self-esteem, insecurity and fear of making mistakes. Simply because behind her is someone with authority and little understanding when she makes mistakes. The constant fear of making mistakes makes her sad and insecure.

Our responsibility to educate must walk along with love and affection, education should not be sad, it will not be effective. Affection, affection and, above all, understanding teach much more. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), increasingly common teen depression is a result of the pressure and pressure that parents are increasingly exerting on their children.

This is because I have not yet mentioned child suicide, which is increasingly present in our reality.

3. He is not affectionate
The example teaches more than words. If your child is increasingly distant and not affectionate, it may be a sign that you are giving little affection to him.

In a society where more and more we have to deal with a million things at the same time, including limiting our children and forming good citizens, affection, love, and affection must be priorities in this process, not the other way around.

Distant and cold children reflect careless parents. The more affection a child receives, the more affection he or she will spread, especially to those who have taught or cared for him often.

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