The secret ingredient of children\’s \”rebellion\” seems to be that no child has ever rebelled. This rebellion may come late, but it will never be absent. Many children are suppressed too much when they are rebellious, and they will do things that are even more intolerable to their parents when they become adults. So, why do children become rebellious? Is it just because of physiological problems? the answer is negative. Zhou Hong Appreciation Education Case Video Original Series 6VCD+mp3 Number One, Physical Rebellion Period Speaking of the physical rebellious period, I believe many people know it, such as the very famous \”Terrible Two\”, also known as \”Terrible Two\” , is also the child’s first rebellious period. Of course, there are also two other commonly mentioned rebellious periods, 6-9 years old and adolescence. As children grow older, their understanding of themselves, their family, and society are constantly developing, and they will also become rebellious because of these subtle growths. Second, there is a saying about resistance under pressure: \”If you don\’t perish in silence, you will explode in silence.\” Everyone may suddenly become \”rebellious\” when they are under pressure. In fact, this is not the so-called \”rebellion\”, but a natural resistance. As individuals, people all hope to realize their personal value and have their own life. The same is true for many children. They are surrounded by critical education from their parents, grow up with strong parents, live depressed every day, and are never respected or understood. Well, unless this kind of pressure is continuous and the children are submissive, most parents will be \”surprised\” by their children one day. Third, false \”rebellion\” caused by poor communication. Before we become parents, many of us find it difficult to understand our parents and have poor communication with them. But after most people have children, they will suddenly understand their parents’ good intentions, and communication with their parents will begin to become smoother. But does this mean that they really understand the way parents and children communicate? not at all. Most people have only begun to understand, rather than learn to communicate, and still don\’t know what to do when it comes to their young children. When communication is not smooth, the \”rebellion\” displayed by children is actually not real, but an \”illusion.\” Children do not want to confront their parents or do the opposite, but this is the result of communication. How serious is the problem of poor parent-child communication? According to a 2016 \”Survey Report on Communication between Parents and Children\”, only 38% of families have harmonious communication; 41% of families have a serious generation gap between parents and children and cannot communicate; 10% of families have , there is a one-way or even two-way \”cold\” relationship between parents and children, with no communication at all.