As children grow up, they will inevitably make some mistakes. When a child makes a mistake, parents have different ways of coping with it, and different coping methods will create different lives for the children. Among them, many parents have faced the situation of children \”stealing\” their own money. When faced with children \”stealing\” their own money, three types of fathers have the following three different approaches: 1. Don\’t take it seriously and easily forgive some fathers with better family conditions. When they find their children \”stealing\” money from home, they will Many times, they don’t take it to heart at all and let their children’s little actions go unchecked. However, such indulgence is not a good thing for children. It is irresponsible behavior towards children. A child\’s world outlook, outlook on money and outlook on life are gradually shaped with the help of parents, parents and teachers. Children\’s behavior of \”stealing\” money is obviously a \”little evil\” and is definitely not worth promoting. If a child does not understand that \”stealing\” money is theft, and parents do not provide timely education and guidance, then the child\’s concept will gradually become distorted. This kind of father\’s approach is most likely to cause serious consequences, because children who grow up in such a laissez-faire family education will have a hard time shaping correct views in the future, and may even make small mistakes gradually develop into big mistakes, and eventually Cause great disaster. 2. Beating and scolding without asking the reason. Some fathers’ first reaction after discovering that their children “stealed” money is to beat and scold their children without asking the reason. Such behavior reflects the high-pressure education in their families. This type of father can understand that it is wrong for his children to \”steal\” money, and he also knows to make his children aware of this. However, this kind of father\’s approach is too extreme and is not worth following. There are various reasons why children \”steal\” money from home. Maybe it\’s because parents forget to give their children pocket money, maybe because their children\’s schools organize donations and worry that their parents won\’t give them money, or maybe it\’s because of a comparison mentality. And if parents beat their children without asking the reason, it will only make the children fearful and rebellious, thinking that their father will not understand them, and the parent-child relationship will be in jeopardy, which is what we don\’t want to see. Children who grow up in high-pressure families are prone to develop deep feelings of inferiority, and such negative emotions may even accompany the child throughout his life. 3. After communication and education, appropriate punishment will be given according to the situation. Compared with the first two fathers’ practices, this father’s approach is obviously more reasonable. After discovering that the child had \”stealed\” money from the family, he did not treat it as a trivial matter and let him go freely, nor did he get angry and beat him or her arbitrarily. Instead, clarify the child\’s purpose and mentality of taking money through communication, and then patiently tell the child that doing so is wrong, so that the child understands the consequences of stealing in the law. Finally, after the child realizes his mistake and promises not to do it again in the future, the parents and the child can jointly negotiate a reasonable punishment that is acceptable to both parties. It not only protects the parent-child relationship, maintains the child\’s self-esteem, but also helps the child establish rules for doing things. Children are more likely to recognize their mistakes in a calm atmosphere, and the probability of making the same mistake again will be greatly reduced.