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Eleven things about child psychology a parents must understand

Have you even heard the quote of Haim Ginott that states “A child’s mind is like wet clay in potter’s hand”.. .



According to psychologists, the positive or negative attitude of a child is well developed during his or her childhood. The recent movie Dear Zindagi has also reaffirmed this. There are many instances where children complain that their parents don’t understand them. This may be serious issue or your child as his overall attitude, perception and thinking is based on this. Hence, all the responsible parents must understand their child’s psychology.

Here are eleven key points you must be aware to well understand your child’s psychology:


  • Children need to be attended; So always be there for your child.
  • Always give enough space but under gentle observation
  • Mind what your child has not said by understanding his body language, tone and gestures of your child.
  • Mind that Not every child has the same learning pattern
  • Understand your child’ emotional pattern
  • Help your child conquer his fear  
  • Children need to be motivated for new things in life so as to prevent resistance  
  • Being introvert is not a crime just help an introvert child how to express and become extrovert
  • Don’t ever overreact at your child’s mistake
  • Don’t load their minds with your expectations
  • Before assuming your child at the wrong, always try to step into his shoes. 


Following these tips from children psychology can prevent unnecessary misunderstandings between your and child at the same time make him ready to face the blunt realities of the outside world in his grown up life.  :)
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