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Envy, anger, pride ... each and every one of these feelings (which of course also occurs in children), represent a counter-value. Countervalues are just the opposite of the values that help us grow and interact in harmony with others.
Children, just as they learn to behave guided by certain values, they also learn not to be carried away by these countervalues.
We show you what are the main countervalues that your child will have to face from a very young age. Countervalues such as envy, disobedience, anger or impatience, are natural feelings that arise spontaneously in the first years of life and that you will have to teach them to control.
Don't panic when these feelings arise. The most normal thing is that the child does not know how to handle them. You can help him understand what is frustrated and you can explain how he can overcome it.
The rancor. We give you tips to teach your child to forgive and not be spiteful towards his friends. It is a fundamental value, that of forgiveness, which is learned since childhood.
The envy. Envy is a destructive feeling, nothing enriching, although it is normal for it to appear at some point in childhood. You can prevent your child from being envious of others. We explain how you can teach your child not to be envious with some simple guidelines.
Greed. Greed is a counter-value, an attitude that does not help to grow in a healthy way. Therefore, we must try to transform that feeling that children sometimes experience for another that brings them benefits. We teach you how to help your child not to be greedy.
The lie. All children have lied at some time. But there are children with more facility to lie. We explain why they do it and what you should do when you discover that your child is lying. We show you some resources that you can use to stop your children's lying habit. Teach them that the lie has short legs.
Impatience. Patience is a learned value, but very difficult to apply for children. Children are impatient by nature, but they can learn to control this impatience. We explain how.
Irresponsibility. Responsibility is one of the values that are learned. Irresponsibility certainly leads to failure in all aspects of life. That is why it is important that parents know how to educate their children to be responsible. We give you some tips.
The arrogance. Proud children do not accept criticism, they are arrogant and need constant flattery. But this pride is a sign that they have a lack and low self-esteem. We explain how to educate proud children. How to teach the value of modesty and humility to children.
Tyranny. There are children whose demanding behavior is exaggerated. So much so that they can become 'tyrant' children. What can parents do to change this attitude?
Prepotency. Arrogance is that impulse that makes the child feel superior to the rest. It often leads to violent behavior if they oppose him, since he will always try to impose his will and has a lot to do with bullying or bullying. We explain why this behavior is due and how you can avoid being arrogant in children.
Laziness. Some children refuse to do things out of sheer laziness. They avoid responsibilities and tasks at all costs. How can we help them not to become lazy children?
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