What are children procrastinating to protect?

01 What is procrastination? Procrastination is a common psychological phenomenon. It refers to people deliberately postponing or delaying actions when facing some important or difficult tasks, and choosing to do something irrelevant or pleasant. It reflects the imbalance in people\’s motivation, emotion, cognition and behavior. Chen Mo, a child and adolescent education consulting expert, believes that delay may…

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What causes nosebleeds in children?

In daily life, we often see children with nosebleeds. A nosebleed in a child not only worries the parents, but also scares the child. So, what causes nosebleeds in children? Why do some children have nosebleeds frequently while others rarely have nosebleeds? These questions have been plaguing many parents. Today, let\’s discuss…

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Never tear down your child’s wall

Many parents are always afraid that their children will make mistakes: when painting, parents will tell their children which pens to use for painting and which paints to use for color mixing; when building blocks, parents will show their children how to build tracks and how to build houses; when getting dressed, Parents dress their children according to their own preferences. Seeing their children put on socks and buttoning buttons awkwardly, parents can\’t help but dress their children themselves. …

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A guide to caring for children during the long rainy season

The recent widespread rainfall has made the ground wet and the air humidity high, making people feel uncomfortable all over. So what should we pay attention to when taking care of our children during long periods of standby during the rainy season? Let’s take a look at the following three aspects with you~ Life conditioning (1) Regular ventilation. When it rains and the humidity is high, many parents will choose to close the doors and windows and turn on the air conditioner to cool down and dehumidify. When the rain stops…

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My child has been in kindergarten for almost a year, and he still gets sick every once in a while. It’s all because he didn’t take it seriously when he entered kindergarten.

I was recently chatting with Fa Xiao, and she told me something that was really heartbreaking and helpless. Publish novels; Her son will be promoted to kindergarten in just over a month, but this year has been really hard. Fa Xiao lamented that it was only after her son had been in kindergarten for a year that he realized how harmful it was to him if separation anxiety was not taken seriously when he entered kindergarten. What has the child experienced? It turns out that when I gave birth to my youngest son…

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Six things parents should never say no to their children

In the parent-child relationship, mutual communication and understanding between parents and children are crucial. Parents play a key role in a healthy parent-child relationship. However, many times, due to busy work and pressure in life, we may lack in-depth understanding and empathy for children\’s emotions and inner experiences, and thus neglect, misunderstand, ignore or reject some of the children\’s needs and expressions, and…

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To parents: If students don’t work hard and parents don’t cooperate, even the best teachers will be in vain! worth reading

Many parents have wondered: What is the gap between children in the same class and the same teacher? You know, when it comes to learning, if students don’t work hard and parents don’t cooperate, no matter how good the teacher is, it will be in vain! In the long river of education, teachers, students and parents are like the helmsman, crew and lighthouse on a ship, each playing an indispensable role. However,…

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If your child does well in an exam, never give him a reward! Otherwise you will really regret it

\”I will buy you a pair of genuine Jordan sneakers after you pass the exam this time.\” \”You finish your homework first, and you can play games for 20 minutes later.\” \”If you practice basketball well, dad will buy you a toy gun.\” Sound familiar? These are some of the promises many parents make when trying to motivate their children to study hard and complete their homework seriously. It sounds okay, but…

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Harvard research found that children who become more promiscuous as they grow up generally have three characteristics before the age of 8

Can you believe that a child who never loved studying grew up to become a university professor? I heard from friends in my hometown that a friend who we all played with since childhood did not get high grades when he was admitted to college, and he only went to a vocational college in a university. A few years later, no one expected that he would become a teacher at a local university. Everyone felt that they couldn’t believe it! I have been a…

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