TOP 5 TIPS TO MANAGE STRESS WITH KIDS
As A Mother its Importat for us to show the children how to deal with their worry as ahead of schedule as could be expected under the circumstances.. It is one of the most vital life exercise which can further build up their reaction towards dealing with a predicament and on the off chance that not taugh appropriately, at that point can lead them towards taking assistance of wrong things to mitigate themselves.. A few different ways through which I feel we can deal with this-
1) Try to abstain from utilizing words like pressure, strain, load before them or with them..
2) When there is where you feel they are despondent, request that they work it out or embrace it out as opposed to offering things they like..
3) When they are furious, allowed them to cry and once they are somewhat calm at that point request that they take a full breath and state that lets choose interchange alternatives of what would we be able to take a shot at..
4) Try to keep cheerful face on before them as opposed to conveying that Damn drained look(i know its difficult fir you too sometimes but, we have to do what is good for them)
5) Get them into dance and music, get some information about their fav melody and play it when they are upbeat or miserable or strained or furious.. There is no better treatment then Music or dance I feel..
If you feel they are being irate and nonsensical for unnecessary reasons , get some information about how their day was and what all occurred and attempt to make sense of the explanation for their conduct as opposed to lashing out at them.
Lastly be the sort of parent who are rapt with attention to their little one’s issues, dont judge them or chide them when they share something.. Be their stressbuster and clarify everything with a superior strategy .
I know every mother or parent have their own ways. Do share how you manage.
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Hi, nice well-thought of pointers. There are 2-3 things that kids always look forward to and those are
1. Acceptance of their feelings and emotions. As parent, we can always ensure (through active listening) that we acknowledge what they feel rather than dissuading them from certain emotions/ feelings
2. Acceptance of their opinion – Every child likes to be treated as an individual and as parent if we can just accept their opinion, without being judgemental about it then it will do a lot of good to their personality.
3. Giving them time to grow and not load them with our expectations
You have touched upon the above points beautifully in your post
good points, sometimes kids create so much fuss handling them is real test of parenting skill
Some great and practical tips to handle difficult times with kids. As a parent I find I have to keep changing my strategy with regards to handling situations. Sometimes you need to just ignore, other times scold, or argue, or console or even bribe them with small treats. What is important is to make them understand that you are on their side, no matter what.
Kids are so unpredictable and managing them can be quite a task. Reading your tips has been very helpful.
Letting them cry is very important for them to express and letting it all out. Then talking it out later will be possible. Practical tips.
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Great tips in here. When my daughter is stressed I usually get down to her level, maintain eye contact and empathise with her. After sometime when she relaxes then we talk about the issue. #MyFriendAlexa #ShubhraReads
These are some really effective pointers! I tend to get stressed out really soon. I’ll keep these in mind 🙂 #myepicareads #MyFriendAlexa
These are wonderful tips and very timely. I agree with you that we need to be careful with our choice of words.
Handling kids tantrums isnot easy , we need to be strict as well as friendly with them. When thier mood is off, better to leave them alone for some time and give some space , than later we can discuss with them about thier problem and it’s solution.
Hug. A bear hug does help parents and kids a lot. Your tips are good and breather for parents.
these are very useful pointers coz there’s a very fine line in being too harsh and being assertive. children require a gentle but firm approach.
A very useful set of tips. It is important that as parents we don’t paint a negative image of things all the time.
These tips are really useful while dealing with kids. Noted 👍🏻
Fantastic pointers! It’s so important to keep ourselves calm under any situation. Practice what you preach.
Parenting is always difficult! Some kids are soft some are innocent and some are stubborn. You never know how to deal with them. Tips like these can really help first-time parents.
I usually let my kids cry for a little while and then give a bear hug. It helps in soothing them and be calm.
Letting them put out their heart is very important. Telling them that its okay to cry sometimes. They have so much going on which they cannot express many times. I feel, as a parent we should be able to decode their behavior.
You know my daughter isn’t a year old but music really helps sometimes for both of us to diffuse a situation when she doesn’t listen and I am loosing my patience.😊
I do believe we should allow children to express emotions like anger, jealousy and and disappointment. Rather than distracting them, they should feel these emotions to understand them and to feel that they are not ‘bad’ when they feel this way.
These are indeed very practical tips. With the millennial parents, it is very easy for their kids to be exposed to stress unknowingly. Great post! 🙂
this is a very relatable post, I can imagine myself in most of the situation here
Great way to deal with stress management. Learn a lot from your experience
It’s so important to not take stress when the child is stressed! Sometimes it’s not about you, but about the child and what they need at that moment. Really liked how calm this post sounds!
A nice post it is, you have explained some important points which need to apply in real life as a parent.