Category Fears

Child's fear of his mother's absence
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Child's fear of his mother's absence

Mom leaves ... but comes back. I wish we could save our children all the hardships, the ailments, the pain, the wounds, the disappointments ..., but this is not possible. We also don't want them to grow up in an imaginary world, so why not teach them from an early age to accept the frustrations and fears they encounter from birth?

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Mission accomplished. How to guide children in overcoming their fears

When I was little I was afraid to eat ham because of a somewhat traumatic situation that I experienced in childhood. It may be a bit ridiculous fear, but it made me feel a lot of anguish. In the same way, I try to respect my daughter's fears because I know that they are real for her, no matter how absurd they may seem to me, as an adult woman.
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All about fears in childhood. Tips, Tips, and Resources

To clowns, to the dark, to insects, to be alone at home ... Who has not ever been afraid? As adults we are & 34; capable & 34; to control that emotion, however, our children find it more difficult. We have spoken about fears in childhood at the II ConectaConTuHijo meeting, organized by Guiainfantil.
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The fear of failure in children

The fear of failure in children is quite common, they are afraid of being criticized or judged and on many occasions so that this does not happen they try to avoid doing things, just out of fear of failure. children feel anxious before taking a test, during sports, or in any other circumstance.
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When is it good for children to be afraid

When and why fear can be good In which situations the experience of fear can be positive, educational and preventive for children. Of course, nobody likes to be afraid, because culturally we have always associated fear or fear with bad things. Sometimes it is good to be afraid and some experts even affirm that fear also educates children.
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Why Some Children Are Afraid to Poop

Some children go through phases where they are afraid to poop. This fear usually begins when they leave the diaper and start using the toilet or urinal, but the fear of pooping can occur in other stages of development, beyond 3-4 years, causing great concern among parents who see how their Children retain their stools until they, on occasions, end up overflowing or need laxatives for evacuation.
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Child's fear of his mother's absence

Mom leaves ... but comes back. I wish we could save our children all the hardships, the ailments, the pain, the wounds, the disappointments ..., but this is not possible. We also don't want them to grow up in an imaginary world, so why not teach them from an early age to accept the frustrations and fears they encounter from birth?
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Differences in the fears of boys and girls

Do boys have different fears than girls? Silvia Alava, Doctor in Child Psychology, explains to us what resources children have, according to their sex, to face their fears. And he also tells us, in this video, how the fears of boys and girls differ. You can read more articles similar to Differences in the fears of boys and girls, in the Fears category in Children's Guide.
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Children's fear of trying new foods

Neophobia is an unconscious and terrible fear of everything new, a seemingly logical and unjustified fear that has an adaptive and protective ancestral basis. Its most common form of manifestation is in food when young children refuse to eat any type of food that they have not tried or seen before.
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