RepostBy @mymobiledoc: "Somehow children can really push those buttons you didn’t know you had. And before you know it, you holler from the top of your lungs and throw the closest thing to you... As an African that we is na But that rarely solves the situation. It may quiet the children and make them obedient for a short while, but it won’t make them correct their behavior or their attitudes. In short, it teaches them to fear you rather than understand their consequences of their actions.
Children rely on their parents for learning. If anger and associated aggression like shouting is part of what a child perceives as “normal” in their family, their behavior will reflect that.
If you’ve ever been yelled at, you know that a loud voice does not make the message clearer. Your children are no different.
Yelling in general, no matter what the context, is an expression of anger. It scares children and makes them feel insecure. Calmness, on the other hand, is reassuring, which makes children feel loved and accepted in spite of bad behavior.
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Adding a touch of retinol in my night skincare courtesy of @MuradSkincare Retinol Youth Renewal Serum just to bump up my nighttime anti aging skincare regime.
Anyone interested to see on IG story my day / night skincare regime?
Might be totally void of comments below but I can always share if you are interested!