Why does the child behave badly with his mother, and with others it is good?
Parents for a young child are not only the closest people, but the whole world. However, many families face such a problem: the kid is capricious and rolls up hysteria in the presence of his mother, although with all other people remains calm and obedient. It upsets adults, especially if they raise a first-born. Is it really the mother’s fault in the poor behavior of the baby? Children’s psychologist Ekaterina Burmistrova will help her understand this question.
Ekaterina Burmistrova, psychologist: One of the most frequent inquiries of parents in counseling is this: Why does my child behave the worst with me? He behaves beautifully in the garden. To it there are no questions at teachers on employment. Nanny says: We have no problems with him. And only with my mother – basically it’s addressed to my mother – the child behaves simply awful. Often parents, especially if they are firstborn, do not understand what is the matter.
Parents are used to looking for the cause of the child’s complex behavior in themselves. If something goes wrong, my mother begins to analyze her own actions, believing that she is the one who improperly educates her child. In reality, kids roll up hysterics even when they are brought up strictly, and when they are spoiled.