The problem with respect

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Ignatio
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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Ignatio » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:10 am

Do not hesitate to show your feelings towards your parents. Sincerely saying, "Mom, I love you" or "Dad, what would we do without you", you will not only make a nice for older man, but will set an example to your own kid in the open display of affection. You are correct in relation to older relatives, never speak evil behind them. Even if they do something wrong, try to be tolerant, and then there will be a greater chance that your own children after many years to make the amendment is already on your age. I think that this behavior will also teach our children to feel and show respect to older people. We just have to remember that only we can teach our children to think about such things. And we have to pay attention to them on these issues.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Jorginio » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:11 am

Never too early to start teaching your child to take care of other family members. Even a baby able to bring a warm jacket grandmother, or submit a cup of tea, or just ask her how she feels today. The earlier a baby is aware that he can also of someone to care for and bring real benefits, the less the likelihood that he will grow up tough and heartless person. I think that if you use the right approach for all this, you will have a very good result. So, the main task is to achieve an understanding of your child in the fact that you want to explain in this life for him. Then you will have success in what you do. Just try. Because your child needs it.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Alfredo » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:12 am

Every parent in the upbringing of the child wants to instill in him a respect for elders. But it is not uncommon, despite all good intentions, the child does not listen to, contradict, or simply rude to someone - a parent, grandparent, caregiver, teacher ... If such manifestations of the child's behavior in relation to adults frequent, and even They do become regular, of course, parents are trying to get the child to behave respectfully. But is it always possible to achieve this with the help of an explanation or even punishment? I think that first of all you need to show all your own example. Your child should understand that respect is fine.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Armatios » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:12 am

As practice shows, the child often copy their parents behavior towards anyone - ever. Remember, do you always speak respectfully in the presence of a child with your mom or your dad. You do not raise a voice? You do not make a pout, if the mother is trying to teach you something - what you already know for a long time? Your occasionally occurs, irritation or lack of restraint with respect to someone - a parent, or, for example, to the grandmother perceives as a role model, because he is to some extent associated himself with his parents. And, if your child will then allow himself the same attitude towards you, remember that you are your negative example instilled in him a lack of respect for the elders.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Fritiny » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:13 am

Respect for elders you should show by yourself, and your children will follow your example. In addition, encourage your child to help in what - or you and other senior, thank him for his kind, sensitive and respectful to you, to the grandparents. Do not leave unnoticed by his efforts, certainly emphasizes that a child goes very well, nice, politely. And, most importantly, do not forget: it is always easier initially, at an early age to teach a child to respect his elders, than to retrain older child, when he is already rooted improper way of communicating with you and other adults. So just try and you will get success. The psyche of the child is very delicate thing.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Scantiny » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:14 am

Set a personal example of respect for elders. child's life from the very first day develops under the influence of the family atmosphere. Everything that happens to him, what he sees and hears - shapes their emotional wealth, attitude towards others. Therefore, the first important tip for parents: Children learn by example. Demonstrate your respect for your older relatives: Call more parents and grandparents, the interests of their business, regularly visits them. It will take time - and your child will certainly do the same with you. This is very important simply because your child needs to get used to this behavior in your family.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Donny » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:15 am

Encourage your children for good work. To teach a child to respect adults, give tips, let him ask how the grandmother's health, make tea grandfather wish to father a good day, etc. Any caring and love your offspring do not leave unnoticed. All of this will help your child understand quite a lot of things in our lives. He will realize that he should not be rude. He must try to do something good for all the people who surround him every day. And I think that's a very important moment for every child. Even many adults when they have become adults continue to wait some praise from other people in their work. I think it would also be useful.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Kennet » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:15 am

Teach your children to show respect to the elders through the etiquette. Remind your child that in a society senior he should not behave as with peers. Teach him the basic rules of etiquette: do not interrupt their elders. The child must braschatsya them with special respect. Do not talk loudly when adult. The public transport must be given a place for older people. You must use to communicate "golden" word, such as "thank you", "please", "please", "excuse me." Over the dining table to sit down with all wish everyone bon appétit. Believe me, such behavior must also eventually become a habit. Then it will be successful.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Genios » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:16 am

Encourage your children to help you. Another advice on how to teach a child self-respect - is to ask him for help. Often adults make a mistake when suppress desire to bear a child or grandchild bag, submit your coat or umbrella, etc. It is better, on the contrary, accept his help and thank him for taking care of you, tell how his actions make you happy. It is only by helping the adult, the child learns to treat them with respect and attention. It is also a very good way to develop a certain feeling in your child. He will be glad to enjoy and praise when he does something good. This will motivate him. And you will get what you want.

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Re: The problem with respect

Postby Revardiny » Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:17 am

Talk with your child about his senior relatives. While talking to your son or daughter take out the old photos and tell us how much hardship endured his grandparents. Explain to him how difficult it is to be older, it is not easy to fight disease, live with disabilities. Such conversations can help your child better understand why it is necessary to respect the elders. Through these actions, your child will probably be sorry that he does not feel the same, what feel his grandparents. This is one way to raise respect for older people. In addition, it will wake up other important feelings in the mind of your child, which will help him to grow properly.


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