How does TV affect children?

How does TV affect children?TV instead of parents
However, for many parents, television is something of a nanny. In turn, children view television as a kind of Mary Poppins and Carlson. How does television affect children?

 

Parents at work, children prepare lessons in front of the TV. Many children are afraid to be alone in the apartment - and the TV saves them. Television voices fill an empty apartment, driving away feelings of loneliness and anxiety.

 

When parents come home from work, the child can make a choice in favor of the TV - his faithful, cheerful friend, who is always there and ready to save the child from sadness and feelings of loneliness.

 

Can our child refuse to enjoy?

Any healthy child wants to enjoy life.

The cyclothyme seeks communication and is ready to dissolve in the diversity of the world. For an epileptic child, it is the supreme pleasure to be a king, or at least a prince, to command and disengage the lives of his subjects. What can be compared in strength with the pleasure that a schizoid child experiences,plunging into the world of their fantasies and intellectual revelations! For asthenic, love and care for others are the supreme pleasure, while the hysteroid wants to enjoy streams of attention and adoration that others would send to him.

 

However, there is a disagreeable thing, frustration hated by everyone - suppression of need, including the need for pleasure. And the development of new skills, learning new social roles, the learning process is inevitably associated with the state of frustration.

 

Can we, without breaking the child, help him temporarily give up pleasure and start doing what he most likely does not want at all: do his homework, vacuum the room, tidy up his belongings, help us make purchases in the store, cook. The rules by which the family, the kindergarten, the school, as well as the day regimen live can cause him great frustration and protest.

 

Will he be able to transfer the state of frustration? One of the important aspects of upbringing is the education of the child to endure frustration. Unfortunately, many parents do not want to upset the child and retreat before his "I do not want to do this!".Others declare that it is easier for them to do everything themselves than to plant discussions. Others “pour out the baby’s bath together with water” and instill in it the skills necessary for life at the cost of his humiliation and psychological breakdown.

 

Our magazine tips:

1. A child should enjoy life and experience a sense of happiness.

2. Pleasure is good for health.

3. Enjoyment can help in mastering roles.

4. Link pleasure and socialization as one node as early as possible. Teach your child to enjoy communication.

5. Teach your child to take pleasure in overcoming obstacles and learning new skills.

6. Does the child know how to alternate between getting pleasure and fulfilling his duties? How does he feel about the idea of ​​“Made a deal, walk boldly”?

7. Every day he must perform one task that he does not want to do.

8. Reward him if he has managed to overcome his inner resistance to do what he does not want to do.



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