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5 tips for children to learn to tolerate frustration
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5 tips for children to learn to tolerate frustration

Tolerating frustration is accepting that things don't always turn out the way you would like and controlling all that anger and anger to transform it into effort and move on. It is excellent learning for children from a very young age.To achieve this, parents must teach children to channel all that anger and frustration.

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Encourage your child to experience the magic of sharing emotions

Within the field of emotions, it is curious how all experts usually agree on something that we cannot ignore. It is not about knowing, recognizing, and managing our own emotions; not even to know, recognize and teach to value the emotions of others. No, it has nothing to do with that, it is related to talking about what we feel.
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The 6 keys for your child to learn to lose like a winner

How many times do we see children who get angry if they don't play what they want? And kids who have real tantrums after losing a game? Surely many times we witness these situations ... Do you have an example at home of this? We tend to say that they are children with & 39; bad losing & 39;, children who do not tolerate frustration well, are very competitive, and who get angry when things do not go their way, in this case winning in a game.
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Find out in time if you are educating a macho child

The education and example that children receive at home is essential. The little ones are authentic absorbent sponges for learning and knowledge. As such, they reproduce what was heard, heard, lived and said at home like a gramophone. They look at everything, without filters, even the simplest gestures that go unnoticed to us.
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The game of bubbles to work on self-control with children

Bubbles have something that fascinates both children and adults. Nobody can resist touching a playful bubble that walks in front of your face. However, the technique that we propose seeks precisely that: endure those irrepressible desire that we all feel when we see a pomp. The bubble game is a very interesting and fun tool to work on self-control with children, both at home and in the classroom.
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The tyrant child

It is unfortunate to reach a situation in which our son can go from being that charming little prince that reigns in our hearts, to the rude child, who governs our life with tyranny, who mistreats us verbally, leaves us in evidence, emotionally blackmails us , and that each time he moves further away from us because we do not exercise any authority over him, nor do we arouse his affections because they have no respect for us.
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Spoiled children. What can parents do

In many parents' effort to pamper their children, they often forget that their primary role is to prepare them for the real world outside of the family environment, keeping them safe and sound, and ensuring that they acquire the appropriate social behaviors to foster their autonomy as they are approaching adulthood.
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My son hits me when he gets angry, what should I do?

There is often a lot of talk about the abuse of parents towards their children, but on less occasions, the issue is discussed when it happens the other way around, when it is the children who physically or verbally attack the parents.In these cases, the victim is usually the mother and it generally does not occur because the family is unstructured, the parents are too authoritarian or have low purchasing power.
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What to do when faced with the bad answers of our children

There are children who are more and less rebellious: there are those who from early childhood are rebellious and already want to impose their criteria and others who are more conformist or peaceful.However, as they grow up, our children have more arguments when it comes to arguing, They try to negotiate, impose their ideas or win those little day-to-day battles.
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Why you should NOT raise obedient children (even if it is more comfortable)

I recently witnessed a dynamic where the speaker asked a group of parents what were the main characteristics of what we would call & 39; a good boy & 39 ;. 90 of the attendees marked the same option: obedient. Indeed, that is the reality. Parents and teachers want or want our children to be obedient, and it is for a simple reason: children who obey give less work.
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The effective strategy to gain the trust and respect of children

Nowadays, we hear very often that children have lost respect for their parents. They do not obey the same, they reveal themselves to them, they question decisions, etc. But are we really following the right educational strategy to earn the trust and respect of children? Are we listening and respecting ourselves to our children?
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6 Traits that define children in which the color green predominates

Today it's time to see the world of colors. And with them, we are going to find out what color (blue, green, red or yellow) represents our baby. And no, we are not talking about giving blue to boys and pink to girls, but about getting closer to defining some behavioral traits of our little one through colors and knowing if he has the soul of a boss in the future or what they will be like. your relationships with others.
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The danger of kids liking superheroes too much

When I was little I was fascinated by Wonder Woman. His strength, his bearing and his power made me also want to have a superhero shield to fight the evildoers of my city. And like me, many children have dreamed of becoming one of the cape heroes that are so fashionable. They dress up, create their own wonderful weapons, run around the house.
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6 keys to help children who do not follow the rules of the game

We have all seen children passionately playing both outdoor games, board games or any other situation where there must be a winner. Everyone wants to win and the reactions when they fail can range from accepting defeat with honor (the least), to crying bitterly, getting angry pointing out guilty or leaving the game without explanation.
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Color test. Passionate and brave children are red energy

You notice that your child has great vitality and that he loves to put on scraps and overcome them, but at the same time you appreciate in his daily behavior that he is often frustrated because he is too firm and authoritative. Do you know why all this happens to him? According to the color test, your child has red energy.
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The color test to discover the good and the bad of the child

When you are a mother and you watch your child play in the park, many times you say to yourself: & 34; This child has the makings of a leader. Goes for Prime Minister & 34 ;. Or, conversely, you think: & 34; My little one has a special gift for social relationships. & 34; And you may not be wrong because these personality traits are linked to a certain color.
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Cheerful and outgoing are the yellow energy children

And you, what color do you see the world? We all have black days, we turn green with envy or blush with shame. And it is that, people are in themselves an authentic palette of colors. And although we mix all the tones there is always one that defines us. Do you want to know what color will mark your little one?
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