WHEN YOU CAN AND DO NOT SCREAM
Can I yell at a child? Note that the scream is different. Take Italian families: any, even everyday issues, temperamental southerners discuss at high decibels. Italians do not hide emotions, but turning to a cry, they do not affect the feelings of the opponent. In their cry there are no insults and aggression, especially in relation to children. The situation is the same in families of emotional choleric, where a slightly increased parental tone in the address of the baby is quite normal. In turn, a grown child can also respond with an emotional outburst, defending his point of view. An apple from an apple tree, as they say, falls not far. But there are still kids. Should I yell at a small child? Consider the situation in more detail.
WHY SHOULD NOT SCREAM ON CHILDREN?
Parents need to know why you can not scream at the child. A cry is a method of imposing fear, but not of authority. Fright and respect are two different things. The child is afraid that they will shout at him again, and because of this he carries out instructions. Continue reading