Every child enters a competitive world in which he or she will be compared with other children. Social acceptance will depend on the child’s ability to form and maintain alliances with other children and key adults such as teachers, coaches, and counselors. One of the tasks for parents is to help their children navigate through a maze of obstacles and threats. A good parent teaches survival skills and provides reassurance that the taunts and threats of teasers and bullies are not as serious as they sometimes seem. At the same time, the good parent is alert to the possibility of real danger and intervenes strategically whenever threats do become serious.
Child psychology is an eclectic assembly of ideas, miscellaneous observation, opinions, fears and irrational beliefs. If psychologists, physicians, and educators are confused, what about parents? The best parents are pragmatic and not theorists. They stay involved with their children, follow some basic guidelines they learned and tend to do whatever works. Good parents improvise childcare with a combination of innate generosity, common sense, love and concessions to the demands of modern life.......Click for more
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