Bad habits, such as thumb suck­ing or nose pick­ing, can devel­op in a child of any age. As a rule, adults try to fight them by pulling back, which aggra­vates the sit­u­a­tion even more. After all, for a child, this or that action is a way of psy­cho­log­i­cal relax­ation, and he will still repeat it, but only in secret from his par­ents.

For exam­ple, many chil­dren pick their noses. For some, this pro­ce­dure is per­ceived as hygien­ic, and for some, microor­gan­isms of the strep­to­coc­cal group cause dis­com­fort in the nasal cav­i­ty. Thus, mon­i­tor­ing the baby or pass­ing tests will help solve the prob­lem.

Anx­ious chil­dren often suck their fin­gers. This indi­cates a weak ner­vous sys­tem of the baby. The rea­son for this may be unnec­es­sar­i­ly strict par­ents or oth­er sit­u­a­tions that cause anx­i­ety. And suck­ing fin­gers reminds the child of the safe time when he was in the womb. Nat­u­ral­ly, the child’s need for warmth and affec­tion must be sat­is­fied by the par­ents. Only your cour­tesy and patience will over­come such a bad habit.

If you are often angry with your chil­dren, then they may devel­op a habit of bit­ing their nails. Such a habit indi­cates seri­ous psy­cho­log­i­cal stress in which the child is con­stant­ly. Accord­ing­ly, it is dif­fi­cult to expect that a har­mo­nious and self-con­fi­dent per­son­al­i­ty will grow out of such a baby. And in order for the baby to form the cor­rect sys­tem of val­ues, par­ents must, first of all, work on them­selves. And accom­plished adults will stop bul­ly­ing the baby, and his ner­vous sys­tem will quick­ly recov­er.

Tem­pera­men­tal chil­dren may have a crav­ing for mas­tur­ba­tion, which brings them pleas­ant sen­sa­tions and emo­tion­al calm. The con­stant “check” of the gen­i­tals is also the self-aware­ness of the baby as a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of a cer­tain sex. How­ev­er, par­ents should not focus too much on this issue, since all these process­es, of course, have noth­ing to do with adult mas­tur­ba­tion. More­over, it will be bet­ter for the devel­op­ment of the child if his acquain­tance with such a part of his own body as the gen­i­tals occurs as ear­ly as pos­si­ble. Par­ents should not focus too much on this aspect, but still they need to clear­ly explain to the baby that fre­quent touch­ing is not use­ful, and show­ing the gen­i­tals to oth­ers is com­plete­ly embar­rass­ing.

By Yraa

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