When can we go back to school? This has been a burning question for children lately. Embracing the new way of life has been tough for children.
It's the season of results, and we are sure you are browsing through newspapers that are full of acknowledgement for children that have scored nothing but above 90%. What a well-deserved glory!
Asserting self, especially refusal is often a resisting feeling. Children are vulnerable to their surroundings and as they grow, they must learn to assert their refusal to something they don’t like or agree with. Here are some parenting ways to build the understanding of refusal in our kids.
Be honest with what you feel and convey it in a way that it reaches out clearly. This skill is often challenging for us as adults. We look up ways to better our communication every now and then. So naturally, its importance doubles up while we develop this skill in our children. What we define as communication for our kids becomes their life long pattern. And to make the learning as best as we can, let’s understand the process of communication with children and how it works for them.