Agree, nobody wants to answer this question negatively, because we all think our own way of upbringing as the only correct and most effective one. However, in such a matter, excessive self-confidence can lead to entirely different result from what one wanted.
The upbringing of a child is a responsible mission because the way your child will grow up to a large extent depends on the education. There are many pitfalls here: one wrong decision can lead to destructive consequences, which cannot always be corrected. All parents occasionally make mistakes in raising their children, because ideal parents simply do not exist.
Our reaction to children who from time to time misbehave can be either devastating or promote the development of a child’s sense of self-confidence, which, in turn, is a tough task for parents. The main thing in this regard is to develop the positive qualities of your child actively. Praise deservedly, because the children perfectly feel an insincerity. It is critical not to break the personality of the child so that they are independent, able to master oneself in different life situations. All these qualities are reflected in the behavior, physical and mental health of the child.
Undoubtedly, the absolute majority of parents want to see their children healthy, successful and intelligent, but for this, above all, one needs to work on oneself and one’s model of relations with the child and its upbringing.
So do you think you are a good teacher?
- 1. Yes, of course, I believe my style of upbringing is effective and correct
- 2. 50/50, there are complicated moments and misunderstandings, but I'm working on it
- 3. No, for one reason or another, I cannot call myself a good educator, it is difficult for me to bring up children
- 4. Difficult to say