All children have their own personality. There are those who are extroverted, there are timid, there are unruly or quiet. Whatever their way of being, adults should not try to force the behavior of the children. Throughout their development, children change their way of reacting to situations. It ca
All children have their own personality. There are those who are extroverted, there are timid, there are unruly or quiet. Whatever their way of being, adults should not try to force the behavior of the children.
Throughout their development, children change their way of reacting to situations. It can happen that the child when he is small is very outgoing and has the ability to be very sociable, but as he grows the behavior of extroversion is disappearing so that children increasingly become more shy and shameful. When children start to become more shy
When children are young their world is focused on playing, enjoying. They are the center and everything around simply simply belongs in the background. Throughout their maturation the little ones begin to feel like one more and that what is around also counts.
Beginning at age two or three, they may begin to feel embarrassed by people they do not know.
But it is after five or six years when the socialization begins in full swing. Children begin to care what others think, and begin to avoid behaviors that prevent them from criticizing, so they will take into account everything that surrounds them before performing a behavior that may have a positive or negative impact on the opinion of the children. others. How to help children lose their shyness
It is normal for children to care more about socialization and friendships, become more cautious about their behavior and feel more embarrassed and shy.
Therefore, it is something that adults have to respect, since children have their own times. But there are situations in which the help of adults is important: Cuando - When there is an exaggerated shyness and they are too much in themselves there is a risk of suffering a serious problem of socialization and this will bring problems such as lack of self-esteem, little negotiation ability, inability to work in groups, etc.
- If the change from extrovert to timid occurs quickly, the adults around them must be alert as there may be a problem of abuse of some kind
Parents who seek the happiness of their children try to find all the possible tools to help the little ones. In doing so, many times and unconsciously, parents force their children to perform some type of therapy causing a major problem. This happens when the child goes against their will because this situation generates anxiety. Instead of forcing the situation is better than parents: -
Respect the times of children.
- Talk with the teachers so that they help by participating in class little by little. - Accompany them for a while
when they are with other children they do not know so that they can gain confidence. Therefore, instead of forcing situations, one must look for balance.