The Way Where We Talk to Children Has a Strong Impact on Their Future

As we grow and become adults, we are increasingly moving away from the size of the child: in a short time we no longer remember the sensitivity, the importance of playing and communicating a child, and approaching them as small adults . Nothing is wrong: more and more studies show that the way the “big” relate to children “depends on the possible emergence of behavioral and relational issues.

The Way Where We Talk to Children Has a Strong Impact on Their Future

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Have you ever considered how you talk to your children or children in general? Here’s a video to get started …


This video, made by an Atlanta school, shows how a child feels when living in a world of adults who do not want to talk , or rather they do not speak the most appropriate way.

The video begins with a baby climbing on a happy bus to start the school day: however, the driver’s illness makes him sad now, having received only bad words from him in contrast to his friendly smile. At school, history repeats itself: teachers and all practitioners are reluctant to exchange two chats with the child who realizes that they can not interact with the adult world. His dissatisfaction pours into attention during lessons: he is not focused, angry, and has no reason to listen to what the teacher says. She does not like the way adults behave and want to get away.

In the second part of the video, everything changes: the baby starts the day with the same enthusiasm and this time it is shared with all the big ones with whom to do during the day. At school it is more attentive and in general it is more willing to interact with the world.

Here is the importance of getting in touch with the kids in the right way: not to lose their desire to go to school and to always support their enthusiasm to learn.

Words have great power over their children: educators are able to teach children to be better, only with the correct use of words, to engage more and not to be selfish.


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If we always talk negatively to our children, let’s say they are messy, bad, or if we scream too much, we threaten them and punish them, they will believe that being wrong is theirs , not their behavior: they will internalize criticism, they will diminish it the self-esteem they have with them.

If, on the other hand, the tone and the words are positive, in addition to what we are communicating with them, we will also communicate the trust we feel about them. Only in this comfortable and protective environment the child will develop the right self-esteem that will allow him to express his personality without complications.

So let us not forget the importance of the words when it comes to children: what we say has a great impact on them and what they say must in no way be ignored or stifled by the “selfishness” that often prevails over adults.

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