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What's the truth?
Why are today's few-year-olds so boldly speaking to the elders, interrupting them, loudly saying that they - much younger are right? I will ask provocatively - Are today's parents unable to raise their own children?? They are not able to do it in such a way that children have respect?
Respect must be taught ... at home
It may seem that a child is born with built-in respect for adults and older people. However, this is not true.
Respect, as well as the principles of good manners, should be taught to a child, and although this will often involve repeating, admonishing, translating with the impression that our words do not bring the expected effect, this is a difficult path that should be followed.
Because if a child will not respect his parent, nor will he respect other adults. There is something else that many forget about - if the child does not respect himself, will not treat others well.
Respect the child
You can't talk about respect from a child to a parent if we don't reverse the situation. An important task of a parent is to teach a child that he, despite short stature, little experience, deserves respect. This should be done by showing our own attitude that we respect the toddler's feelings, i.e. we are flexible in approaching him.
Children who don't respect themselves, are more aggressive, prone to risky behavior, reaching for alcohol, stimulants. They don't care about their bodies, what happens will assume that they are not worth much anyway.
Children who respect themselves are less likely to act against their own interests, are happier, confident, selfless, caring. They do not have to fight because they do not perceive loved ones as enemies. They are calm and respect the care of the elderly for their well-being, receiving it positively, and not as an attempt on their own freedom.