To follow up on my first article on the subject "Part 1 – Displacement", here are the following essentials to have when we are waiting
How to Help Your Child Learn to Delete Part 1 Motivate your child by thinking like a child Every child needs life skills. In their excitation to become independent by leaving home to discover what the great world has to offer, they also discover that no one does not make, clean, wash and iron their clothes. There is also the garage, car maintenance, spending their money for the next payday, finding a place to live and choosing the best apartment mates. Some things that your child must learn on the hope, other things can be taught at home at a young age with the help of mom and dad. It's about helping your child learn how to iron. If they do not strive to be street children or fall on their well-kept feet and land an important job with a large salary as soon as they go home and afford a personal irons, they need to know how to iron so their clothes look good. The most important criteria in this exercise are both your ability to delete and your ability to teach them how to delete. YOUR ATTENTION. If you hate ironing and always mumble about it, don't bother. It won't work. You cannot learn any skills for anyone if you hate doing it yourself. YOUR ability to learn. If you are impatient and grouchy, don't bother again. You can't learn if you can't inspire. I guess you have both an interest and a desire to help your child. So let's go. What you need. 1. It is always useful to have the opportunity to remember how it was when you were a child. 2. Patience. Lots of it. Remember when you were a kid and learn how to cycle. How many times do you fall off before you understand the skill and took of yourself? 3. A humorous feeling. It goes a long way to spreading a tense moment. Again, remember back to when you were a child. Learning a skill like tying your laces seemed to escape from your grass. My mom laughed when I tied both my shoes together and I couldn't move. Her laughter assured me that this was a mistake that didn't really matter. 4. The knowledge to correct their mistakes in a positive way. This is difficult because parents are so used to constantly correcting their child so that they do better. and are not always aware of their ways are gruff, abrupt.