There are periods in which parents have difficulty in the development of children. They begin to reach their own consciousness and discover the enthusiasm of their emotions. Pedagogy Güzide Soyak from American Hospital Department of Pediatrics gives information about the development process and persistence of children.
Age 1: Children start to walk towards the end of this period. Walking and dominating your body is fun. Learning by touch and various experiences progresses rapidly. Until this period, the baby, who is dependent on the adults, has the pleasure of being independent. Each experience is a new learning. It includes risks in many learning experiences. Parents are anxious, different attitudes are more confusing to the confused child. Instead of experiencing the anxiety we expect him to experience in dangerous attempts, we impose our feelings and attitudes. Failure to understand his feelings leads to unrest in the relationship and then to stubbornness.
Resistance during sleep times, objection to eating habits, objections to known and accepted basic habits increase. During this period, first of all, what is the problem, whether it is a changing need or whether to push the limits should be followed carefully. Children's wishes may also vary. Crying for a toy he wants, he can say he doesn't want it when he gets the toy. When communicating, first try to understand and share your feelings. Decisions should not always be made by one party. It should be explained why it would not be completely. Use short, clear expressions when communicating. The most important detail to remember is that this is not a war. The child needs help. It is shaped and kneaded by learning to cope with difficulties in its emotional development.
Age of 2 years: As of this period, the child starts a new and difficult period. He's self-centered, and he wants everything he wants. Their behavior is immature. Not being insistent is the best attitude to be done in this period. As the limits of what they can do themselves, the insistence increases. Be aware of the areas of successful or unsuccessful learning experiences. In cases where it cannot be accepted, the conflict begins. A sense of failure. Every child wants to be resourceful. As individual skills develop, border trials may increase. We can allow children to try to create their own concepts even if they have negative desires. Attention should be paid to frequency and duration of behavior.
The subject that the child is stubborn may not be enough to explain the distress. A child who is stubborn to eat may not reflect any of his feelings about his newborn brother. It is necessary to look for solutions by looking at the factors in the whole life, not the persistent behavior. It should be tried to make a joint decision, not the party that is stubborn.
Age of 4: A period in which the child grasps the social boundaries and learns the rules of living together. Even conscious families may have difficulty deciding whether or not a problem is normal or when. In this period, the return of acquired skills (adaptation to lower wetting time) is common. Parents may not want to see the problem and think that the child is doing it consciously. Punishment, rebuke, easy and distorting attitudes. It is a failure to look at the problem only as a bottom wetting and try to solve it. It is useful to review what the child is going through, the quality of their relationship and the changing elements in their lives.