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Children’s fears: “Mom, I’m scared! “

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Children’s fears: “Mom, I’m scared!”

Every mother must have heard from the lips of their child such a phrase. Adults usually find such statements children the next Caprice. But should first ask yourself: do we help the child to overcome the fear or begin to manipulate it?

Meanwhile, fears inherent in all children. This is a normal stage of maturation of the psyche, a natural reaction to the knowledge of the outside world. No need to worry about parents, because fear is based on creative thinking.

The development of fears associated with the mental development of the child – the child afraid of what they don’t know or understand. The degree of fear may change depending on the imagination of the child. The more the child is gifted with a rich imagination, especially since he’s shy.

Fear is fear, a state of anxiety, restlessness, mental confusion in front of any danger or trouble. Distinguish between natural fears and neurotic.

Natural fears are temporary and resolve spontaneously. Parents Continue reading

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