In life, everyone knows: beating people without beating their faces, revealing people without revealing shortcomings. So in the child's world, are there some bottom lines that cannot be touched?
When it comes to children's bottom line, parents may think it is nonsense. Where can children have so much dignity? Actually, this kind of thinking of adults is wrong. Although children are small, their ability to perceive the world will not be worse than our adults, and even more sensitive. Therefore, please pay attention to respect the children, do not touch the six bottom lines of the children.
Physical or physical imperfections, although "obvious", can make a child sad if they are mentioned from time to time by an adult. Even if it is a long time ago, it will make sensitive children unhappy.
2.Some difficult problems
Young children are often very sensitive to “defects” such as bedwetting, because they feel that these deficiencies can make them lose face in front of their peers.
3. Previous mistakes
Some "past mistakes" that are not considered important by grown-ups will also cause some children to suffer for a long time. As long as someone mentions them, they will have the pain of being "revealed the scars."
4. Some mental disorders
Children are often more sensitive to mental illnesses such as autism, depression, and ADHD. Even if the disease has been cured, often mentioned in front of the child is tantamount to "shortening", which is also not good for the child's mental health.
5. Experience of corporal punishment
Corporal punishment such as beatings, scolding, and being punished for standing is often a painful experience for children, because not only the flesh suffers, but the soul may also be traumatized. Even though the child has rarely been subjected to corporal punishment, frequently mentioning the past “history of humiliation” in front of others still leaves him in extreme embarrassment and difficult to extricate himself.
6.Lonely little world
Children often value their little world alone and regard it as their "private territory." If parents often "check" in their "territory" without their children's consent, it is also a blatant violation of their "privacy" in their eyes.
If you want to be a qualified parent, you must learn to respect the child, not expose the child's weaknesses, don't touch the child's bottom line, and establish a friend-like parent-child relationship with the child. In this way, children can grow up healthy and happy ~