Children, according to studies, only 70% of their brains are developed. As they grow, the remaining 30% of their brain are also in the process. What the children see and learn is transmitted to their brains. That’s why we should teach them the right things because everything that they see is right for them. “If a child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn”. “If child lives with hostility, he learns violence”.
A child is still a child, we should let them be a child and experience their childhood years. A child should be enjoying himself while learning. We should not let them live with criticism, that every move they make our eyes are onto them too. Say for instance, we always criticize a child as they grow, this child will learn to condemn others too, like forcing somebody to experience something unpleasant or what he have experienced. Saying harsh words or hurting them physically and emotionally, those experiences will always remain in their minds permanently or long- lasting if ever it’s too much already. If a child lived with a feeling or attitude of hatred, antagonism or anger, it will become a reason of his rebellion to the point that he’ll express his anger to something or maybe somebody, and he’ll engaged to some rebellion acts.
“If a child lives with ridicule, he learns to feel shy”.
“If a child lives with shame, he learns to feel guilty”.
Judgments should be avoided by us whenever a child makes faults, he’s still a child. Compared to adults like us, they still don’t know what they were doing. Shyness is the effect of learning and living with mocking laughter everywhere, mimicry, or comments intended to make fun of him/her in a contemptuous way, and reducing or dismissing his/her importance or quality. If a child lives with shame or negative emotions, this will combines his feelings of dishonor, unworthiness, and embarrassment that will cause for regret or disappointment.
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