How to handle children's screams

How to handle children's screams

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When was the last time you heard a child scream? Do you know what was the reason he did it? There are children who scream and who scream a lot. At school, at home or on the street, children can be seen raising their voices to attract the attention of adults, to show their anger, frustration, nonconformity or simply because they are used to speaking in this way.

Many children scream for two reasons: because they do not know how to express in another way what they feel and by imitation of the adult. Both reasons can be changed and improved so that children can speak more calmly.

Really seeing a child scream generates an unpleasant feeling because as adults we feel that something is not going well, because from somewhere they learned it. Getting a child to stop talking loudly is not something that is achieved overnight but it can be achieved with patience and perseverance. Do you want to know how to handle children's screams and thus be able to live in a calmer and more relaxed environment?

Children scream because they do not know how to better manage their negative emotions, so to transmit this discomfort they use screaming, tantrums and the final cry. If they see that they get it and the parents react to their screams so that he stops screaming, he learns that his screams work to get what he wants so he will scream again whenever he sees necessary to get something. When this happens the children learn that yelling is more effective than talking and you will also see nervous parents who also yell for him to stop yelling, something like the wheel does not stop turning.

But there is another fairly widespread cause of why children yell: they learn it from their parents and imitate it because they think it is the normal way to communicate. A serious mistake.

First and foremost you should know that the scream does not educate, it only paralyzes and it solves absolutely nothing, indeed, it aggravates the situation. Also, if you yell at your child, you are giving him a bad example of how people should talk to each other because yelling and bad words are just as harmful as any other abuse.

The first step to fix it is stop yelling at homeControlling anger and speaking in calm tones, no matter how nervous you are, is the only way for children to listen correctly. If you yell, your child will also yell at everyone, for this reason it is so important to educate from calm and serenity.

If your child screams at home you should calmly put a finger in his mouth and take him out of the room or the context in which he is shouting and say that you will not listen to anything he says until he says what he wants to say more slowly and calmly. You must be patient since he will try to get what he wants through tantrums. Once he says things calmly, make him see that this way better things are achieved than if he does it by screaming, you will see how little by little he will begin to scream less.

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