Parental unconscious protective responses are important for a child's open attitude.
Bruce Lipton, a developmental biologist, says, "With the unconscious response, we can see that the state of mind is open to learning new information or closed to protect the rest of the body." " He said.
When a child is in a dangerous situation, parents think it is an opportunity to educate their child not to develop a dangerous situation again. However, most of the children are scolded for 'anger and shock' rather than education.
Psychologists say, "In a sudden situation, it is difficult for a child to accept a new one." The parents unconsciously sent a signal to the child that a dangerous situation would occur.
Experts therefore stressed that parents should first calmly help the child's fears disappear.
On the other hand, in a peaceful parenting environment, a child can feel safe, learn new lessons, or have an open mind.