Never Force Your Child

Never Force Your Child

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My child is enthusiastic about learning new things. I assist her in pursuing her interests. If she comes up with a topic that she finds interesting, I will do everything I can to include her and help her feel at ease with what she wants to do. This means I’ve never tried to force my girl to talk about anything she didn’t want to talk about. But, as an Indian mother, I will not allow her to abandon the subject that I had hoped she would learn. I try to pique her attention with a variety of concepts and appealing learning materials, which aids me in teaching my child what I desire. I never pressured my child to do something she didn’t want to do.
 
WHAT LEADS TO FORCING A KID
Trying to force your children to try new things before they are ready might be damaging. Negative feelings about the topic and the person who is forcing them may arise in children’s minds. They may begin to believe that they do not have enough freedom to pursue their goals.

HOW DO YOU MOTIVATE YOUR CHILD WITHOUT FORCING

  • Identify what you can use for rewards and incentives.
  • Make your child comfortable.
  • Talk about what your child wants.
  • Don’t shout or argue; try to be calm.
  • Tell your child that what the kid does matters to you.
  • Coach your child.
  • Set the environment.
  • Make your kid understand the importance of new things.
  • , grab a doll/ball and make it attractive to the child.
  • Observe your child is interested in what and motivate with the same. (like papers, colours, books, images etc.)
  • Listen to your kid first, then let’s start explaining why we are not allowing them to do or letting them do.

CONCLUSION:
As parents, our responsibility is to assist our children by encouraging them to fulfil their tasks despite their nervousness, fear, or apathy. But before we reach our children’s thoughts, we must be sure. If we compel our children to be aggressive, I believe they will become aggressive and conditioned to aggression.

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