Nowadays, there are a lot of children who think about everything. If a child can not get what he wants, he cries and feels grateful. Parents should teach children how to appreciate and appreciate.
Volunteering in a service organization or organization can be a good start. It can be rewarding to participate in various events that can help the poor neighbor. It is good to have this experience from the time your child is in his early teens. It gives us a sense of gratification by having a different view of life through the joy of giving to others.
Let us explain that we are happy and lucky to be able to help our poor neighbors. There are various charity activities for the elderly, orphans, abused children, abandoned animals, and so on.
The children will feel a lot through this experience and will be very helpful to others. You will also realize the value and gratitude for things you have taken for granted.
Do not give your child everything he wants.
If parents always give everything they want, the child takes everything for granted and makes an unreasonable request. It is also a problem to consider that you can get everything you want if you ask. It is dangerous to get accustomed to giving your parents what they need, even if they do not do anything special.
If you give your child what you want, you may think your child is sweet and cool, but you forget the value of patience or gratitude. It is a good idea to follow a few rules, such as not giving a child luxury, not using a cell phone at night, not watching TV this weekend, and not eating a snack for a few days. You should also explain why you should do it.
Encourage you to tell your thoughts how you feel if these privileges are lost to you. Teach them to understand the value of appreciation for times when they do not have what they want.
Discarding the habit of complaining
Let's practice with the child not to complain during the day. Let's encourage you to concentrate on the positive side rather than the irritated and angry. If you try to stop complaining, you become more grateful.
Let's have time to talk about what the child felt during the day that the child did not complain.
A teaching method to think about the question 'if'
If you ask, you will have critical thinking, empathy, and gratitude. Critical thinking ability improves because the process of imagining possible outcomes requires finding a rational answer. For example, the question "What if I can not eat three meals a day?" Can have a chance for the child to think about hunger or disease.
It can also be an exercise in understanding the feelings or difficulties of others and their position through the question of if. I understand people who live a different life from myself, and empathy develops.
The question 'if' assumes difficult situations and you can appreciate what you are enjoying now and comfortable life.
Thanks to your heart, you will be happier, you will live a positive life, and you will be able to raise your sociality.