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Research suggests children whose parents fight with each other frequently and harshly are more likely to grow into emotionally insecure older children who struggle with depression, anxiety and behavior issues.
If parents managed to work out their problems in a constructive way, children aren’t terribly bothered by the conflicts.
What children wish?
The wish of basically all children is that their parents do not argue or fight with each other and can, in some way, work out difficulties in a mature fashion without resorting to hurtful comments and behaviors.
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Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that first appears during infancy or childhood, and generally follows a steady course without remission (temporary end to the medical signs and symptoms of an incurable disease) . People with autism may be severely impaired in some respects but normal, or even superior, in others.
Autism is characterized by impaired social interaction
, verbal and non-verbal communication
, and restricted and repetitive behavior. Parents usually notice signs in the first two years of their child’s life.These signs often develop gradually, though some children with autism reach their developmental milestones
at a normal pace but later start showing the behavior. The diagnostic criteria require that symptoms become apparent in early childhood, typically before age three.
Autism is suspected to be due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
Unusual social development becomes apparent early in childhood. Autistic infants show less attention to social stimuli, smile and look at others less often, and respond less to their own name. Autistic toddlers differ more strikingly from social norms; for example, they have less eye contact and turn-taking, and do not have the ability to use simple movements to express themselves, such as pointing at things.Three- to five-year-old children with autism are less likely to exhibit social understanding, approach others spontaneously, imitate and respond to emotions, communicate non-verbally, and take turns with others.
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Moms and Dads would never agree that they actually Nag, no one wants to be a naggy but it just happen, and if you are a parent of Slow Learner, ADHD, ADD, Autistic kids then its a big challenge to get the things done from kids. these kids would keep repeating or keep forgetting things, you would think that you are just reminding them to do the tasks. sometimes, we get frustrated with them because we see the negative in us comes out because of them. Is that their fault? Of course not. Is it ours? Not always because we don’t realize what we’re doing.
“It is the interaction in which one person repeatedly makes a request, the other person repeatedly ignores it and both become increasingly annoyed.” Nagging is a form of persistent intention or behavior that is more repetitive, it is often unproductive. Psychologically, nagging can act to reinforce behavior. Continue reading “Change from nagging parent to motivator”
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Each one of us strive for happiness. All parents wants to see their children to be happy. In fact each life want be in state of well-being and live a good life with a sense of meaning and deep satisfaction including children.
How to be happy is more talked subject in society, but less taught in schools. hence it is very important that parents fill in the gap and teach children about happiness.
Happiness is a mental or emotional state of well-being. whereas philosophers and religious thinkers often define happiness in terms of living a good life, or flourishing, rather than simply as an emotion.
Happiness meant “Prosperity, Thriving, Well-being” in the 18th century.
Nowadays, happiness is a vague concept and can mean many different things to many people. Some philosophers focus on the difference between the
tradition of seeking pleasant and avoiding unpleasant experiences by activities like drugs, and parties, others define well-being in terms of the degree to which a person is fully functioning by self-realization.
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