Playing together can make children uneasy

Playing together can make children uneasy

Playing games with your children is a great joy for parents.

But most young parents under the age of 30 were born in the 1970s. Their childhood games are hardly accepted by today’s children.

There are many young parents who really want to play games with their children, but they don’t know what to do.

Parents and children play games together, not only to make children happy, but also to use games to communicate with their children, open their young hearts, and truly understand their children.

  This type of game is called “game-like listening”, and allows children to play the lead role in the game, allowing them to express their most true feelings, thoughts and feelings through performance.

As a parent, you can observe the original inner world of your child, deepen the parent-child relationship in intimate communication, and help the child grow in a targeted manner.

  Only when the parent plays a weak and incompetent role will the child feel confident enough to show you his thoughts and feelings on important issues.

As an observer and listener, you have to seize the opportunity to help your child through laughter to approximate the tension caused by a specific situation.

  For example, a child wants to give his father an injection (the child has recently suffered a painful injection) and he has asked his father.

If the father is against the prestige of normal times, he twists his body in a funny way and pretends to run away, or pretends to scream in panic, and dramaticly says to the child, “No!

I don’t get an injection!

I beg you!

“The child will laugh, insisting that his father accept the injection he was forced to accept.

If in the game, adults can relax and play weak roles and let children play strong, children may play vigorously and smooth their negative memories in laughter.

  Continue this fun role reversal, let the child play their relationship with their parents in the game, so that the child’s tension and anxiety about a problem are resolved in laughter, and the child can reveal his feelings and understanding of the problem.

If the parents can keep playing and let the children laugh for half an hour and longer, the effect will be more obvious.

When many parents encounter nervousness in their children, the first reaction is reprimand, or dogmatic guidance. As a result, the child will become more nervous, and his thoughts will be more closed and closed.