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Temperament is marked by genes from the moment we are born. Thus, children from a very early age may have a tendency to be nervous, restless, irritable, skittish, etc.
It is possible that our son is obedient, calm, quiet, orderly, responsible, protective, ... This way of behaving in such a perfect way can define him as a Extremely good child, but is it possible that this behavior causes others to abuse them?
These are extremely good children:
- He is willing to attend to the needs of others before his own, getting to do things that he does not want in order to please and be seen by others.
- They try to do everything independently so that others are happy and do not have to help them.
- They do not show aggressive emotions. Do not get angry, do not get angry.
- They tend to interact little with other children and always obey adults.
- They give in to others, they get carried away and they don't know how to defend themselves.
Most parents believe that having such a good child is ideal. However, these types of children who go unnoticed, who do not annoy and are therefore docile and obedient, should be an object of concern for adults. Although the behavior of these children may be comfortable for their education, the little ones will have difficulties.
And it is that this type of submissive and kind behavior that makes him "extremely good" in the eyes of others means that many times the child is not given the attention he needs and it can make you the target of bullies. So that these "too good" children do not allow themselves to be dominated, and that they do not abuse them, parents should try to solve some aspects of the education they exercise over their children:
- Communication. Parents have to talk to their children frequently, listen to them without judgment, or minimize their problems. In this way, children will feel confident and ask for help when faced with a possible bullying situation.
- Rules and limits. It is important that parents always try to set a type of norms and limits appropriate to the age of the child. There should not be an iron or submissive discipline. In balance is the key.
- The child's self-esteem. Parents must make an effort that the little ones cannot be considered inferior. Therefore, it is necessary to reinforce the self-esteem of the children whenever possible. To do this, it will be key to improve socialization with their peers, seeking an environment in which they feel more secure and understood.
- Autonomy. You have to let him do the things he can do alone. Parents have to set goals appropriate to his age and abilities so that he can exceed them himself. Thus, the foundations will be laid so that he will be able to think for himself and in the future have the tools to be able to resist peer pressure.
- That they know how to identify inappropriate behaviors. When abusive and inappropriate comments and actions are given, being “such good” children can seem silly and ignore them when in fact they can be signs of possible bullying.
- Teach them to say NO. Bullies feel confident that their victims will never contradict them. Therefore, it is good that these children learn from a very young age to face situations that they do not like, knowing how to say NO, loud and clear.
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