Child Psychology & Mind Development
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Along with physical health of your child it is necessary to care about his psychological health because during childhood a child passes through several mental changes and these changes leave dark impression on his mind till younger stage. A child’s psychological development depends basically on the love that he or she will receive from his parents, especially in the first days of his life. In early childhood, it is necessary to give more & more love as well as affection to your child more love allow it to develop physically, mentally and emotionally. It should be taught how to eat, walk and talk and how to get the most out of what it learns at school and college.
A child who is treated well in his childhood has more confidence & the Children who are not respected and loved acquire serious psychological problems from the beginning of their formation. If you had a sad childhood, you probably have many psychological problems, even if you don’t admit their existence, or if you cannot recognize various behavioral abnormalities in the way you act. The minds of children are very sharp and affected easily by all events in the immediate environment. Events which are only trivial or unimportant to adults may leave deep scars or memories in a child’s mind. There are several factors that affect the mind development of a child in early childhood: Memorable physical/bodily sensations Personal experiences/events that evoked strong emotions of fear, joy, sorrow etc. Emotional relationships with friends, teachers or family members. Domestic abuse or violence Sexual molestation or abuse Accidents or illnesses experienced or observed. Personal success or failure in school There are several other situations that badly affect the mind of a child. At any age parents need to be aware of the result of their reactions on their children’s learning about emotions. Hence the important thing is that you take notice of your child’s emotional state and take it into account when you react. Acknowledge it in an age-appropriate way first, before you race for a solution. Don’t be shy to ask: ‘So what are you feeling right now?’ or ‘How does that make you feel?’