Monday, June 3, 2019

The Importance of Teaching Your Children to Show Love

It is very important not to force children to show something they don't feel, but it is also important for them to show the affection they have for someone.

The importance of teaching your children to show love


As a great sage said, it is better to be loved and unrequited than not to know how to love. And it is that to love is not only a feeling, but acts and words that manifest it, because a love that is not demonstrated and not said is of no use.

Achieving this is learned in the family from childhood, hence the importance of teaching your children to demonstrate love.

Babies are usually shown unreserved affection, but as boys and girls grow older, the most basic tokens of love are removed, such as kisses, hugs and caresses from mom and dad, as well as diminishing the "I love you".

If a child does not receive signs of affection, he or she will never be able to give them. We suggest that you resort to these games to educate your children and help them in their upbringing process.

It is very important not to force children to show something they don't feel, but it is also important for them to show their affection for someone.

If this is not practiced since childhood, we run the risk of our children becoming cold teenagers or adults who don't know how to give a hug or say "I love you, you're important to me.

Conditions that will limit their fullness in trying to connect and relate to other human beings.

In addition, high suicide rates are related to feelings of loneliness and isolation that may be alleviated by the family's simple, everyday demonstration of love.

To teach your sons and daughters to show love to others, you have to show it to them first, either with words of affection, caresses, and hugs, even though their early childhood has passed.

With these demonstrations you will vaccinate your family against addictions, emotional dependence and depression, because they will feel like people with courage and therefore they will act at the height of what they were given at home.

We also take this opportunity to give you some tips to change the behavior of your disobedient child.

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