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How could you help your children to overcome their difficulties?

Bujumbura : Burundi | Mar 09, 2011 at 1:10 PM PST
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Dyslexia

Being a parent brings joys untold, but is also a source of worry when the child is confronted with various difficulties.

How can we help a child overcome his problems and make it more autonomous? How to find the right balance between disengagement and assistantship and when to seek external assistance?

Growing up, a child may have problems of various kinds. For example, some children seem to be late about toilet training or language.

How to respond to help their child at all costs and avoid a crash?

It is important to dramatize and perspective. Such a child is late for such as learning, but in advance for another, there is no rule or to comply with precise timing. In case of enuresis, dialogue with the child is crucial for not guilty.

The same applies to language. It is of course advisable to stimulate the child without being too demanded, and put pressure on him would be a barrier to its development.

Depending on circumstances, parents can get help from a psychologist or a speech by the problem to prevent the emergence of dyslexia would be very detrimental to the child.

For older children, which may in turn be a problem of relational or school, parents should always try to talk, listen, understand and reassure.

If the task seems difficult, do not hesitate to consult a psychologist or school in case of difficulties to use a school support organization.

The most important thing is to create a climate of trust. The child feels understood and supported without being attended to. The role of a parent is to provide roots and wings for small to large!

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