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How different attitudes towards children can spoil their lives: interesting facts

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun14,2024

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TV presenter Dmytro Karpachev shares valuable tips and life hacks for raising children with supermoms. He emphasizes that different attitudes towards children in the family can have serious consequences for their emotional and psychological health.

That is why it is necessary to ensure equal treatment of all children, to help them develop healthy self-esteem, a sense of self-worth and harmonious relationships in the family. The love and support of parents are the most important factors for the happy and healthy development of children.

Dmytro Karpachev warns that any manifestation of separation between children can have many negative consequences. These can include self-esteem issues and artificial competition between children.

If you have children with different temperaments, it is important not to emphasize their differences, and look for strengths in each of them. Most parents won't admit they love one of their children more, but favoritism can have a negative impact on family relationships and children's mental health even into adulthood.

How to avoid this and create harmonious relationships with all your children :

  1. Equal treatment:
  • Do not compare children. Every child is unique and has their own strengths and weaknesses. Comparison can lead to feelings of inferiority and envy.
  • Evaluate achievements individually. Recognize the successes of each child individually, without comparisons with others.
  1. Balanced distribution of attention:

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  • Spend time with each child individually. This will help establish individual connections and show that each child is important to you.
  • Listen and support. It is important to listen to the needs and wishes of each child, showing that you value their thoughts and feelings.
    1. Avoidance of favoritism:
    • Fair distribution of resources. Ensure that all children receive equal opportunities in education, development and leisure.
    • The same rules and responsibilities. Establish the same rules and responsibilities for all children to avoid feelings of injustice.
    1. Emotional support:
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      • Recognition of emotions. Allow children to express their feelings and support them in doing so.
      • Positive reinforcement. Praise children for their efforts and achievements, not just their results.
      1. Creating family harmony:
      • Family traditions and rituals. Spend time together as a family, creating shared memories and strengthening bonds between all family members.
      • Conflict resolution. Teach children to resolve conflicts peacefully and respect each other's opinions.
      1. Self-education of parents:
      • Read and learn. Study modern methods of education and psychology of children to better understand their needs.
      • Consultations with specialists. Do not hesitate to contact psychologists or educational consultants if difficulties arise.

      How different attitudes towards children can ruin their lives: interesting facts

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    Natasha Kumar

    By Natasha Kumar

    Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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