Child psychologists recommend raising children from strengths of children rather than weaknesses.

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Child psychologists recommend raising children from strengths of children rather than weaknesses.

by jiraporn66 » Sun Jan 31, 2021 3:37 pm

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Psychologists point out that parents should let their ดาวน์โหลด SLOTXO children spend some wasted time because they are too fortunate to reinforce their strengths by giving their children non-stop extra education. Do all activities in excess of everything. Until the child has no free time Which may have negative consequences


Lea Waters, a psychologist, has spent 20 years researching how to help children Achieve success and grow happily In his book “The Strength Switch,” this psychologist advises parents to focus on promoting the strengths of their children in trying to fix their weaknesses.

Waters, a psychologist, said that if parents focus only on the problem of their children, what are the weaknesses. What's missing and what needs to be improved? The results at the best It only helps children learn better to be slightly above average. But if the father looks at the strength of the child more than the disadvantage and focuses on promoting that strength Children will develop their full potential

Psychologists call this approach. “Raising a child is based on the strength of the child,” but she warns that sometimes Parents may focus too much on strengthening their children's strengths. Which may allow children to continue to study in addition to relentlessly Do all of the activities that are able to exceed enough that the child has no time to spare. Which may have negative consequences

Waters said that doing exercises and practicing can help strengthen a child's abilities. But spending time inactive Lack of daily schedules and wasted time is also good for children.

Your book Waters is based on her research on psychology. Parenting and positive studies at Melbourne University. Australia, and she cited other research findings. Many of the other researchers in the United States too.

Waters discusses Deena Weisberg's research work with a team of researchers at Columbia University who study play courses and what happens to children's mental health and thinking ability if play is included in school. Learning

And she said she appreciates Kathy Hirsh-Pasek's research at Temple University. In Florida that deals with giving children free time from learning activities Without scheduling activities for the children to be full She said the research influenced the way her own children were raised.

Waters also discusses the findings of Mary Helen Immordina-Yang's research into alternative brain function options. Professor of education Psychology and Neuroscience at Southern California University

The system of networks in different regions of the brain is focused on what is going on and on abstraction. Professor Immordina-Yang Explain that concrete care is focusing on what is going on around you. Look and pay attention to what you look at. For example, in sports, children have to look at the players on the team. Must pay attention to the situation that is going on Have to run fast You must coordinate your emotional feelings and respond to what you see. The focus on abstract. Occurs while the child is dormant It may be daydreaming or thinking of something else that is not in front of you. But in memory and consideration, Professor Immordina-Yang Saying that both of these kinds of care are important in helping people do things around them.

And the psychologist Waters said that reducing activities for children helps them use their abilities to their fullest potential. She said it was comparable to a computer that users were running programs at at the same time. Slows down the machine But when users gradually close programs Computers will run faster, which is the same as the brains of children who have time to do something wasted. Which she called goofing off.

Mr Waters said that goofing off or acting indifferent. It is that children have free time to do whatever the child wants to do. Whether throwing basketball into fun hoops Create art or maybe cook It is an activity that children can do automatically and enjoy the activity. But she said Spending time wander or goofing off does not mean a child's brain is stationary.

Mr Waters said that during this free time The brain enters a network of mental work, known as the default network mode, to manipulate the data received throughout the day and combine new information.

Lastly, Waters, psychologist and author of the book, hopes that dads believe that kids don't have to be busy learning all the time, and that letting them have time to free or goofing off without doing anything is a matter of fact. Some It is good for children as well.

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