How to avoid your parents without hurting their feelings

Saying NO to a parent’s request without feeling guilty is extremely difficult for most of us! However, the ability to draw boundaries with loved ones is a key skill needed to maintain emotional, physical, and spiritual health. When caring for an aging parent, we need all of our energy, time to rejuvenate, and emotional stamina. To be full, not exhausted, boundaries are needed to protect our inner reserves and physical health. Because without our health we will not be able to help anyone else. This means that, in effect, our duty is to create a balance between healthy self-interest and compassionate giving. Easier said than done, right? My motto for setting boundaries is: “It’s better to feel a pang of guilt briefly than to bear the long-term burden of deep resentment.”

My mother died of ovarian cancer more than ten years ago. My brother and I were her main guardians during her illness. I gladly took a vacation from her work and traveled with her for chemotherapy, surgery, doctor’s visits and hospitalizations. At the time, I wasn’t so clear about my personal boundaries and didn’t know how to ask for help. I also neglected to monitor my needs and ended up feeling chronically tired, anxious and overwhelmed. A month after my mother died, I noticed what looked like a new freckle on my leg, but when a doctor examined me, we found that it was malignant melanoma. I was lucky to get caught early. I believe that in this traumatic and painful time, I have destroyed my emotional self and my body’s immune system. I have ignored my physical and emotional needs for too long. This certainly doesn’t mean that everyone who breaks down will get sick, but most people will pay a price when chronic stress combines with constant self-neglect.

Caring for an elderly parent who is in constant need is challenging, no matter how much satisfaction we get from helping or how useful we may feel. If you had to choose one skill that is more important in helping caregivers maintain their overall health and well-being, it would be SET BORDERS.

What are the limits? Boundaries are imaginary lines that we create around us to protect our body, mind, heart and spirit. They serve as an invisible force field designed to regulate our exposure to people, places, things and situations that are not in our best interests or are not our healthiest.

Why do we need borders? Having limits allows the caregiver to separate their individual needs and wants from the needs of the person they care for. This is necessary because many of us neglect and devalue our own needs, putting the needs of the other higher. We stop listening and respect our inner voice and end up feeling tired, angry and resentful. When we set limits, we have MORE to give because our emotional and physical reservoirs are full, not empty. From this place of strength we can generously and compassionately offer our time and attention to others.

Why is it so difficult for us to draw boundaries?

The simple answer is FEAR. If you often say YES in situations where you really want to say NO, fear is most likely the factor. Examples of common concerns:

1. Fear that failure to comply with the other’s request could harm or potentially lead to the loss of the relationship. This limits our ability to be honest with ourselves and the other person.

2. Fear of hurting the other person’s feelings. Since many of us have been taught to avoid hurting human feelings at all costs, we repress our desires and give up, harming ourselves instead.

3. Fear of appearing selfish or negligent. Not wanting others to think badly or speak badly about us, we try to protect our perceived reputation and not express our true feelings.

4. Fear of being overwhelmed with guilt. Since we may get into the habit of overstretching and overworking, guilt is likely to emerge as we begin to take care of ourselves. Recognize guilt as a sign of progress and a welcome substitute for long-standing anger and resentment.

5. Fear that your boundary is not honored or respected and that you don’t know how to keep yourself. With tools, practice, and support, you can be confident that you can consistently defend yourself.

What is the critical limit?

The border that I recommend the most is that of YOU Holy Time. Set a time when others will know that you will not be available to them.

Recently, one of my clients, Caroline, made a reasonable line with her living mother. She informed her mother of her that she needed time to relax when she came home from work all day. For her, that meant having about 45 minutes of solitude, sitting in her favorite chair, sipping tea and reading the newspaper – all the time. She felt terribly guilty saying something because her mother was starving for attention after not having many interactions during the day. She feared that only she could give her the attention she craved and that she would be considered a “bad daughter” if she asked for time for herself. L’ho incoraggiata a spiegare la situazione a sua madre e a trovare modi alternativi in ​​cui sua madre potesse entrare in contatto con gli altri.

Caroline is fortunate to have two older daughters who live close enough and has asked them to share caring responsibilities. Now, they take turns holding Caroline’s mother in the late afternoon and every other Saturday.

Are you now ready to take action and allocate your holy time? Regardless of the time of day you choose, be sure to communicate this new frontier with love, not as a way to dump the past. Setting limits and saying NO is a skill you can master. It can be awkward at first, but with practice it will be a natural and empowering experience.

Whether it’s family support, professional help, or community resources, consider seeking help. Don’t let pride get in your way. In fact, admitting your imitations is a sign of strength. You will be an example to others thanks to your willingness to connect and a future resource.

Saying NO to a parent’s request without feeling guilty is extremely difficult for most of us! However, the ability to draw boundaries with loved ones is a key skill needed to maintain emotional, physical, and spiritual health. When caring for an aging parent, we need all of our energy, time to rejuvenate, and emotional stamina. To be full, not exhausted, boundaries are needed to protect our inner reserves and physical health. Because without our health we will not be able to help anyone else. This means that, in effect, our duty is to create a balance between healthy self-interest and compassionate giving. Easier said than done, right? My motto for setting boundaries is: “It’s better to feel a pang of guilt briefly than to bear the long-term burden of deep resentment.”

My mother died of ovarian cancer more than ten years ago. My brother and I were her main guardians during her illness. I gladly took a vacation from her work and traveled with her for chemotherapy, surgery, doctor’s visits and hospitalizations. At the time, I wasn’t so clear about my personal boundaries and didn’t know how to ask for help. I also neglected to monitor my needs and ended up feeling chronically tired, anxious and overwhelmed. A month after my mother died, I noticed what looked like a new freckle on my leg, but when a doctor examined me, we found that it was malignant melanoma. I was lucky to get caught early. I believe that in this traumatic and painful time, I have destroyed my emotional self and my body’s immune system. I have ignored my physical and emotional needs for too long. This certainly doesn’t mean that everyone who breaks down will get sick, but most people will pay a price when chronic stress combines with constant self-neglect.

Caring for an elderly parent who is in constant need is challenging, no matter how much satisfaction we get from helping or how useful we may feel. If you had to choose one skill that is more important in helping caregivers maintain their overall health and well-being, it would be SET BORDERS.

What are the limits? Boundaries are imaginary lines that we create around us to protect our body, mind, heart and spirit. They serve as an invisible force field designed to regulate our exposure to people, places, things and situations that are not in our best interests or are not our healthiest.

Why do we need borders? Having limits allows the caregiver to separate their individual needs and wants from the needs of the person they care for. This is necessary because many of us neglect and devalue our own needs, putting the needs of the other higher. We stop listening and respect our inner voice and end up feeling tired, angry and resentful. When we set limits, we have MORE to give because our emotional and physical reservoirs are full, not empty. From this place of strength we can generously and compassionately offer our time and attention to others.

Why is it so difficult for us to draw boundaries?

The simple answer is FEAR. If you often say YES in situations where you really want to say NO, fear is most likely the factor. Examples of common concerns:

1. Fear that failure to comply with the other’s request could harm or potentially lead to the loss of the relationship. This limits our ability to be honest with ourselves and the other person.

2. Fear of hurting the other person’s feelings. Since many of us have been taught to avoid hurting human feelings at all costs, we repress our desires and give up, harming ourselves instead.

3. Fear of appearing selfish or negligent. Not wanting others to think badly or speak badly about us, we try to protect our perceived reputation and not express our true feelings.

4. Fear of being overwhelmed with guilt. Since we may get into the habit of overstretching and overworking, guilt is likely to emerge as we begin to take care of ourselves. Recognize guilt as a sign of progress and a welcome substitute for long-standing anger and resentment.

5. Fear that your boundary is not honored or respected and that you don’t know how to keep yourself. With tools, practice, and support, you can be confident that you can consistently defend yourself.

What is the critical limit?

The border that I recommend the most is that of YOU Holy Time. Set a time when others will know that you will not be available to them.

Recently, one of my clients, Caroline, made a reasonable line with her living mother. She informed her mother of her that she needed time to relax when she came home from work all day. For her, that meant having about 45 minutes of solitude, sitting in her favorite chair, sipping tea and reading the newspaper – all the time. She felt terribly guilty saying something because her mother was starving for attention after not having many interactions during the day. She feared that only she could give her the attention she craved and that she would be considered a “bad daughter” if she asked for time for herself. L’ho incoraggiata a spiegare la situazione a sua madre e a trovare modi alternativi in ​​cui sua madre potesse entrare in contatto con gli altri.

Caroline is fortunate to have two older daughters who live close enough and has asked them to share caring responsibilities. Now, they take turns holding Caroline’s mother in the late afternoon and every other Saturday.

Are you now ready to take action and allocate your holy time? Regardless of the time of day you choose, be sure to communicate this new frontier with love, not as a way to dump the past. Setting limits and saying NO is a skill you can master. It can be awkward at first, but with practice it will be a natural and empowering experience.

Whether it’s family support, professional help, or community resources, consider seeking help. Don’t let pride get in your way. In fact, admitting your imitations is a sign of strength. You will be an example to others thanks to your willingness to connect and a future resource.

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Teachers can support the mental health of young children by providing many opportunities to develop healthy emotional attitudes. Dr. Erik Erikson has made a significant contribution to our understanding of these basic attitudes. He believed that throughout life a person goes through a series of stages of emotional development, when basic attitudes are formed. In early childhood, they go through three of these stages:

  • trust versus mistrust
  • autonomy and shame and doubt
  • initiative and wine

    In the stage of trust versus mistrust, the baby learns that other people can be depended on and that she can depend on herself. This development of trust is deeply related to the quality of care. It is essential that the center’s central atmosphere fosters trust building among all those in the community.
    In our society, the attitudes of autonomy and shame and doubt are formed during the same period in which toilet learning takes place. This fundamental exercise of self-determination and control is related to the child’s desire to be independent and to express that independence through choices and decisions. Erikson said that children deprived of the ability to establish independence and autonomy can be burdened with shame and doubt, which later results in loss of self-esteem and rebellion. A desirable way to address this strong need for choice and self-confidence is to provide a home and school environment that gives the child ample opportunity to act independently and make decisions.
    In the stage of initiative and wine, around the age of 4 or 5, the child becomes more interested in reaching out to the world around him, doing things and being part of the group. At this stage, children want to think about different things and try them out; they are interested in the impact of their actions on other people; formulate concepts of appropriate gender roles; they love to play with their imaginations; and become ardent seekers of information about the world around them. To be emotionally satisfied, a child of this age must be able to discover, act and act.

    Choices and limits
    It takes a lot of patience to maintain boundaries when necessary and independence when possible. It’s a balance of avoiding confrontation whenever you can, insisting on doing things your way when needed, and giving your child as many choices as possible. We just need to remind ourselves that this quest for independence and self-determination is an important stage in emotional development.
    There are many choices, but remember these are limited options. Don’t you want to “wear a sweater?” but “which sweater?” Don’t “want to have a snack?” but “where do you want to sit for a snack?” That’s why self-selection of activities is such a valuable part of the preschool day. When children are expected to decide for themselves what to do, they have endless possibilities to make decisions.
    What happens when we create a climate that minimizes or deprives children of their ability to make decisions? In a soulful child, this can lead to fight after fight. In less hilarious people, it can cause a feeling of inadequacy and a loss of self-confidence. By empowering children to make their own choices and decisions and accountable for their own outcomes, we create a framework for a strong and emotionally healthy life.
    But not everything is a choice. Sometimes the answer is “no”. A volte dobbiamo aspettare quello che vogliamo e a volte non otteniamo mai quello che vogliamo. Learning to deal with disappointments, delays and failures is also a key part of developing a healthy and balanced mental attitude. However, reducing the level and frequency of disappointment and frustration can help avoid unnecessary battles.

    Feel what you want, control what you do
    One of the most valuable skills we can teach children is to express strong emotions without hurting ourselves, others or damaging property. We want our children to learn: to hear what you want, but to control what you do. Start by communicating with your child in a non-judgmental way, showing him that you understand how he feels. Maybe she’s angry or sad that someone won’t let her play, or maybe she wants something so badly that she can’t wait a minute longer to get it. Whatever the reason, the first thing to do is put it into words. Encourage your child to express his feelings out loud and tell the other person how he feels. If your child is too young or inexperienced to know what to say, he designs a sentence that is easy to copy. Finally, do whatever it takes to resolve the situation.
    Of course, adults lose their temper and have to learn to control their anger. The important thing to remember is that the same principle applies: feel what you want, but control what you do. You cannot deceive your children by denying that you are upset, angry or scared. Better to admit it as quietly as possible.

    Sheri Stritof has been writing about marriage and relationships for over 20 years. She is co-author of The Everything Great Marriage Book.

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    How to avoid your parents without hurting their feelings

    Please donate:This article isn o zranniach spowodowanych fizycznym lub emocjonalnym znęcanm się w małżeństwie. Jeśli jesteś w dysfunkcyjnym małżeństwie, które obejmuje znęcan się nad współmałżonkiem, jak najszybciej poszukaj profesjonalnej i prawnej pomocy.

    Cykl zrannia

    A cycle that many married couples fall into when a hurt occurs in their marriage is to clam up about the issue, withdraw from one anher, dwell too much on the hurt, hold onto a grudge, walk on eggshells around one anher, dig in their heels on the issue, allow bitterness to build, and end up in a cold war and deep disillusionment.

    Mystery

    Jeśli jesteś zraniony przez coś, co powiedział lub n powiedział twój współmałżonek lub coś, co zrobił lub czego n zrobił twój współmałżonek, aby ocalić swoje małżeństwo, musisz porozjijytuyt. One study found that one of the most common reasons people cited for divorce was n being able to talk to one anher.

    According to Gerald Foley, wCourage to love. When your marriage hurts, „Małżeństwa często się rozpadają z powodu nagromadzenia zranń wywołanych obojętnością, brakiem wrażliwości, odwetem, przemocą fizycznenia, krytyką, zrzędzenm uzobbiej zobbiey drug. ból, a n na drugiej osobie. I feriti e i feriti hanno bisogno di guarigione”.

    feelings

    Negatywne feelings często towarzyszą, gdy jesteś zraniony. Te feelings mogą nść ze sobą bardziej bolesne myśli. Without talking about what is happening inside you, the pain may continue to increase. Here is a list of words to help you start learning how you feel:

    • Rejection
    • Wound
    • Injured
    • Znchęcen
    • Gnw
    • Distrust
    • Beaten up
    • Zanpokojony
    • Przeziębien
    • Loneliness
    • Empty
    • Attached
    • Used
    • Lost
    • Careful
    • Tired out
    • Broken
    • Torn
    • Beaten
    • Despised
    • Rejected
    • Defensive

    Research suggests that the ability to express negative emotions is associated with better relationship outcomes. Wyrażan tych negatywnych uczuć wiąże się z uzyskanm większego wsparcia i poczucia wzmożonej bliskości i intymności.

    Nieumyślne zrannia

    Although unintentional hurts are really too numerous to list and what hurts one person won’t hurt anher, here are some common ways couples hurt one anher without meaning to cause pain.

    • Being reckless
    • Zapomnn
    • Numbness
    • Rudeness
    • Bolesne dokuczan
    • Selfishness
    • Kontrolowan
    • Ciche leczen
    • Ignorowan współmałżonka
    • Apathy

    Celowe zrannia

    Celowe zrannia są wtedy, gdy ranisz współmałżonka, wiesz, że to robisz i nadal to robisz. Te bóle często pojawiają się pośród kłótni, starć i nporozumień.

    Przykładem celowego zrannia jest to, że zdecydujesz się oglądać pornografię, nawet jeśli wiesz, że powoduje to cierpien współmałżonka. Other ways you can intentionally harm your marriage include:

    • Spędzan zbyt dużej ilości czasu na grach komputerowych, mediach społecznościowych, zadaniach wolontariuszy lub pracy
    • You lie about your finances or are in a relationship
    • Not being helpful with chores around the house or n being willing to take care of your children
    • Avoid talking about sexual problems, parent-in-law issues, friendship issues, differences, and other unresolved issues
    • Okazywan braku szacunku dla współmałżonka
    • Sabotowan twojego małżeństwa
    • Bycie nodpowiedzialnym
    • You don’t keep your promises

    Co powinneś zrobić

    Here are some positive approaches that can help heal wounds in your marriage:

    • Find out what’s causing the pain
    • We’ll talk about it
    • Listen to each other
    • Consult a professional marriage counselor
    • Be understanding and get rid of the pain

    Don’t leave the things you said. If you do nhing when hurts occur, you will eventually drift apart. Nie pozwól, aby wycofan emocjonalne stało się częścią twojego małżeństwa.

    Expert opinion

    “Speak to find answers rather than blaming or hurting your spouse. Powodem do omawiania problemów jest znalezien lepszych marciaobów, aby małżeństwo działało ”. – H. Wallace Goddard, Kathleen Rodgers, Wzmacnian małżeństwa

    “When we bury our conflicts instead of facing them, when we express our pain instead of facing it, a process is triggered. Możesz myśleć, że pozbywasz się konfliktu, grzebiąc go, ale grzebiesz go żywcem, a tak się stan. they will continue to haunt you. Unikan w końcu doprowadzi cię do miejsca, do którego n chcesz iść: emocjonalnego rozwodu. Marzen or małżeństwie, które kiedyś podzieliłeś, umrze powolną i bolesną śmiercią. – Gary Rosberg, Barbara Rosberg, Uzdrowien rany w małżeństwie

    „Pozwól swojemu partnerowi być ndoskonałym. A wise lady said she decided to let her husband make ten mistakes. Kiedy lui zrobił coś, co ją npokoiło, she powiedziała: „Cóż, jest jedna z jego wad of her. I can live with it. – H. Wallace Goddard, Kathleen Rodgers,Wzmacnian małżeństwa

    „Jednym z kluczy do udanego małżeństwa jest docenn mocnych stron. Every marriage has problems. But by using your strengths wisely, you can continue to strengthen your marriage. “- H. Wallace Goddard, Kathleen Rodgers, Wzmacnian małżeństwa

    “All couples face difficulties, and all couples have differences. These differences may center on money, in-laws, religion, or any other area of ​​life. When one or both marriage partners insist on ‘my way or n at all,’ they are moving their marriage toward winter. Winter may last a month, or it may last thirty years. ” – Gary Chapman. The four seasons of marriage: the secrets of a lasting marriage

    Modern life is full of emotional challenges. Presja na sukces, potrzeba „nadążania”, strach przed utratą, pragnn dobrych relacji i satysfakcji z pracy mogą wywoływać nstabilne kombinacje emocji.

    However, what we learn in our society is n how to work with our emotions, but how to block and avoid them. Robimy to całkiem nźle: między piciem alkoholu, zażywanm leków na receptę i czasem spędzonym przed ekranem istnje wiele marittobów na uniknięcie naszych uczuć. When we recognize them, we chase them away with mantras that we learn from childhood. (“Mind over matter,” “get a grip” and “suck it up” are familiar ones.) Thwarting emotions is n good for mental or physical health. It’s like pressing on the gas and brakes of your car at the same time, creating an internal pressure cooker.

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    How to avoid your parents without hurting their feelings

    Thank you!

    Le emozioni hanno l’energia per esprimerle e per sopprimerle, le nostre menti e i nostri corpi usano tattiche creative, tra cui stringere i muscoli e trattenere il respiro. Symptoms like anxiety and depression, which are on the rise in the U. S., can stem from the way we deal with these underlying, automatic, hard-wired survival emotions, which are biological forces that should n be ignored. Kiedy umysł blokuje przepływ emocji, ponważ są one zbyt przytłaczające lub zbyt sprzeczne, obciąża umysł i ciało, wywołując psychologiczny npokój i objawy. Emotional stress, like that from blocked emotions, has n only been linked to mental ills, but also to physical problems like heart disease, intestinal problems, headaches, insomnia and autoimmune disorders.

    Większość ludzi kieruje się swoimi emocjami, n mając świadomości, że tak się dzieje. Ale kiedy już zdasz sobie sprawę z potęgi emocji, samo uznan własnych może bardzo pomóc.

    Consider Frank, a patient of mine who was greatly bothered that he could n afford the kind of car he really wanted. Something as simple as Frank’s thwarted car desire triggered a mixture of sadness, anger, humiliation and anxiety. He miał równż objawy fizyczne i chociaż Frank miał pewne przeczucie, że jego problemy żołądkowe mają związek ze stresem, n był świadomy, że to właśn emocje powodują jego brucha b. Because he hadn’t paid attention to his emotions, he had no tools for what to do to feel better.

    Obecna neuronauka sugeruje, że im więcej emocji i konfliktów doświadcza dana osoba, tym więcej odczuwa npokoju. That’s due, in part, to the vagus nerve, one of the main emotional centers of the body. It responds to emotions triggered in the midbrain by sending signals to the heart, lungs and intestines. These signals prepare the body to take appropriate and immediate actions in the service of survival. Ciało jest gotowe do zareagowania na dostrzeżone nbezpieczeństwo, zanim osoba zda sobie sprawę, że emocja została wywołana. It’s the reason why emotions aren’t under our conscious control. Na przykład w przypadku Franka jego oczy of him widziały samochód i nagle poczuł smutek, upokorzen i złość. His stomach was upset.

    Frank’s stomach continued to ache and, through therapy, he learned to tune into his body to recognize and separate each emotion, name it and care for it one by one.

    The role that emotions play in creating both physical suffering and healing is becoming an increasingly popular focus in psychotherapy. Yet the growing field is still n part of mainstream standards of care. An education in emotions is still n mandatory in social work programs, doctoral programs in psychology and in medical schools.

    Yet simply teaching people that emotions are n under conscious control would help them tremendously. Basic biology and anatomy explain that we cann stop our emotions from being triggered, as they originate from the middle section of our brain that is n under conscious control.

    However, when people are educated about their emotions and the ability to work with them, they can start to feel better. Frank healed his stomach by allowing himself to be sad. He mourned the loss about n getting his fancy car. Potwierdził swoje gnwne feelings po tym, jak dowiedział się, że są naturalne. And he learned specific skills to release his anger di lui in ways that were healthy and n destructive to himself or others. W odpowiedzi na swoje of him upokorzen of him praktykował współczucie dla siebie i to równż się zmnjszyło. Kiedy lui już doświadczył wszystkich swoich uczuć of him, minęły, podobn jak emocje rdzeniowe, gdy są głęboko odczuwane w ciele. By working with his emotions, he changed the way the vagus burned and healed the stomachache.

    My clients tend to avoid painful or conflicting emotions in their lives—just as most of us do, because that’s what we were taught. But to heal the mind, we need to experience the emotions that accompany our stories, and these are in the body. When we learn the automatic nature of emotions and learn to identify and work with the basic emotions underlying our fear, we feel and function better.

    Hilary Jacobs Hendel is the authorTo n zawsze jest depresja.

    How to avoid your parents without hurting their feelings

    Mimo że większość z nas chciałaby mieć zdrowe relacje z rodzicami, n zawsze tak jest. To, że ktoś jest twoim rodzicem, nkonczn oznacza, że ​​twoje relacje z nim będą doskonałe. Jeśli czujesz napięcie, ponważ twoja mama nadmiern kontroluje lub jeśli ciągle sprawia, że ​​czujesz się winny, budowan udanego związku może być trudne.

    Szczerze mówiąc, tego rodzaju związek n jest zdrowy (nawet jeśli może być powszechny). Chociaż twoja mama prawdopodobn chciałaby prowadzić cię przez całe życie i chronić cię przed zrannm, jej zadanm jest równż pozwalan ci popełniać błędy, abyś mógł si rozwijać i uczyć. Często rodzice utknęli na swoich własnych drogach (tak jak dzieci) i kontynuują to zachowan, ponważ myślą, że postępują właściwie. Prawdopodobn istnje podstawowy problem, dlaczego twoja mama kontroluje i jeśli chcesz to naprawić, kluczowe jest dotarcie do źródła tych problemów.

    For example, licensed clinical psychologist Sarah Schewitz, Psy. D., states in an email with Bustle, “There are many reasons a mom might be controlling. One reason is anxiety. People with anxiety tend to think the worst case scenario and fear that their life or their child’s life is in danger at any given moment. Being controlling is a way to protect her child from harm and a way to manage her anxiety. Anher reason a mom might be controlling is that it is a learned a pattern of behavior. She may have grown up with controlling parents which taught her that controlling is how you parent effectively. Unless she has gone to parent training or therapy in an effort to change, she is most likely going to do what her parents did. “

    "Anher reason a mom may be controlling is if she has power issues. She may have grown up in a home where she felt out of control or powerless. Her feelings may n have been respected or she may n have had a voice in [her ] home. If she hasn’t done the work to get over this, she will continue fighting this power struggle throughout her whole life, "continues Schewitz.

    Krótko mówiąc, mamy są ludźmi i popełnian błędów jest dla nich całkowicie naturalne. But if the above stories sound a bit like your mom, here are nine more signs that your mom may be too controlling.

    Sometimes you will need to talk to parents about your academic concerns about their child. It is important to understand how to approach and work with parents to ensure a positive outcome for all involved.

    When talking to parents, teachers need to realize that they are talking about parental pride and joy. Do n attack their child. Zamiast tego komunikuj się grzeczn or obszarach, które Cię interesują. At the same time, focus on the child’s positive attributes so that it does n seem like you are talking down on the child, but instead addressing concerns while giving positive feedback. Teachers have to work as a team with parents. It should n be one-sided. Pracując razem, obie strony mogą przyczynić się do pomocy dziecku i wymyślić pomysły, strategies i plany do wdrożenia w nadziei na zawężen obaw i stworzen środowiska, w którym dziencecko możónyą potja.

    If you are a teacher, then you must have niced how parents can be at times. Stają się naprawdę frustrujące i n ma wątpliwości, że możesz stracić panowan nad sobą. However, every teacher must know the ethics of working with parents. Większość rodziców rozwija pewien poziom nchęci do nauczyciela ze względu na marciaób, w jaki z nimi postępuje. Nie chciałbyś tego, ponważ oboje powinniście pracować dla dobra swoich uczniów. Therefore, it is important for the teacher to know how to work with parents to avoid complications.

    Here are some tips for teachers to help them work with their parents:

    Be polite and patient

    Niektórzy rodzice n mogą tolerować krytyki swoich dzieci. This way you can see how they are defending their baby from you. Chociaż jest to nwłaściwa praktyka ze strony rodzica, tak naprawdę n możesz tego powstrzymać. Co powinneś wtedy zrobić? You need to develop yourself in expressing your concerns without your parents’ feathers flapping. To prawda, że ​​nktóre dzieci są nzwykle problematyczne, az takimi rodzicami problem się pogłębia. However, you need to be patient and kind when working with your parents.

    Focus on your child’s positive qualities

    Nawet najłagodnjszy z rodziców n doceni, że ciągle narzekasz na ich dzieci. Niektóre wskazówki dla nauczycieli wskazują, że najlepiej jest odnść się do nktórych dobrych cech ich dziecka i je docenić. However, be sure to inform parents in an encouraging tone about the areas the child needs to work on.

    Nigdy n rozmawiaj przy dziecku

    It is n good to talk about the kid in front of him. Niezależn od tego, czy chodzi or jego zalety of him, czy or występek, n ​​powinneś tego robić! Docenian dzieciaka przed rodzicami uczyniłoby go pompatycznym. Z drugiej strony narzekan na ngo może go znchęcić.

    Upewnij się, że rodzice wiedzą, że sytuacja jest pod kontrolą Czasami rodzice będą cię odwiedzać codzienn, aby zapytać or swoje dziecko. Rodzice tego typu będą równż wtrącać się i próbować prowadzić cię do „lepszego” wykonywania twojej pracy. Don’t let that happen! Try to convince them that you can handle your baby, but you need your space for that. Unikaj także omawiania planów lekcji z rodzicami, ponważ mogą oni mieć swoje sugestie lub zalecenia. Jesteś autorytetem w swojej klasie, dlatego Twoje plany lekcji są oparte na tym, co Twoim zdanm przyniosłoby korzyści uczniom.

    Keep your child a secret about your encounters with parents

    Sometimes parents ask their children for teachers while the other parents are there. Daje to nktórym dzieciom szansę na zgłoszen szeregu skarg. Nie pozwól, aby zdarzyło się to wstydliwe położen, ponważ znchęci Cię to do pracy z dzieckiem. You’re only human, so your emotions can rule your judgment at times. Poproś rodziców delikatn, ale stanowczo, aby spotkali się z tobą bez obecności dzieci.

    Keep your performance or teacher worksheets close at hand

    Score sheets or teacher cards are the proof you need to show your child’s achievements. Keep them close to you so that you can discuss your students’ problem when you meet their parents. Bez arkuszy dla nauczycieli możesz myśleć or tym, or czym dyskutować, n powodując komplikacji.

    Guide for parents

    Sometimes a child finds it difficult to focus on learning due to some family problems. Parents would n appreciate you trying to guide them, but you should point out that your student is being affected by his parents’ personal issues.

    Hosts weekly meetings

    Nawet jeśli rodzice codzienn przychodzą do szkoły, unikaj omawiania z nimi spraw. Do this weekly or call them as needed.

    Najpierw posłuchaj, porozmawiaj późnj

    A very important piece of advice that is very useful in this case. Nigdy n pękaj przed rodzicami. Instead, find out and act on their complaints. Once you’re done, you can point out what had n been discussed before.

    Be motivating

    Last but n the least, always keep a motivating attitude. Parents like a teacher who can give them a glimmer of hope about their child’s weaknesses rather than demoralize them.

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    How to avoid your parents without hurting their feelings

    Non importa quanti anni hai, ci possono ancora essere conflitti tra te e i tuoi genitori. Gnw can lead you to say or do things to your parents that you may regret later. It’s n wrong to feel mad, but there are right ways to deal with anger so that you are n hurting yourself or anyone else. Kiedy zaczynasz czuć nadchodzący gnw, przejmij nad nim kontrolę, zamiast pozwalać mu kontrolować ciebie.

    Step 1

    Use relaxation techniques to calm yourself down. Take deep, slow breaths. Breathe from your diaphragm – n from your chest. Spróbuj wyobrazić sobie coś relaksującego, na przykład leżen na plaży lub leczen w spa. Techniki te mogą spowolnić tętno i uspokoić Cię w tej chwili, dzięki czemu będziesz bardziej zdolny do racjonalnego podejścia do problemu, który wywołał gnw.

    Step 2

    Convince yourself to calm down. Talking to yourself in your head can help bring your anger levels down, says anger management counselor Latchman Narain, with the Gnw Management Center of Toronto. When you feel anger starting to boil over, tell yourself, “I can stay cool. I cann control how my parents act, I can only control how I react to them. I can choose n to blow up and to hope that they will respond positively. “

    Step 3

    Listen to what your parents have to say and try to understand their point of view. Gnw causes people to jump to conclusions and throw their communication skills out the window, says The American Psychological Association, and family dynamics and long-standing family issues often influence such conversations. Spowalnian, słuchan i poznawan motywacji rodziców może zapobiec eskalacji gnwu. Na przykład, jeśli twoja matka dręczy cię i krytykuje za to, że lei jesteś nodpowiedzialna, uświadomien sobie, że jej czyny i słowa pochodzą z miłości i troski o ciebie, lei możymzue pomjęc.

    Step 4

    Uznaj i zapisz swoje feelings. Children’s health. org zaleca zagłębien się w temat, aby dowiedzieć się, jakie inne emocje mogą kryć się pod twoim gnwem. Odizolowan się od prawdziwych uczuć może ci pomóc w ustaleniu źródła problemu z rodzicami. Na przykład, gdy tata cię krytykuje, zamiast na ngo wybuchnąć, wyraź swoje prawdziwe feelings – zrann i npewność – aby pomóc ci rozwiązać prawdziwe problemy i uniknąć pogorszenia kłótni.

    Step 5

    Turn around if you still need to freshen up. Step back from the hot situation to stop yourself from doing or saying something you may regret. Wykonuj inne czynności, aby oderwać myśli od wściekłości i obniżyć poziom gnwu. Go for a walk, do yoga, write, watch a movie or TV show. Kiedy już się uspokoisz, możesz spróbować ponown rozwiązać problem w lepszym Nastroju.

    Step 6

    Seek professional help if you feel out of control. Są psychologowie i therapeuci, którzy specjalizują się w radzeniu sobie z gnwem. Szukaj lokalnych grup i klas zarządzania gnwem w Internecie. Uzyskan wsparcia od profesjonalisty i bliskich może dać ci narzędzia, które pomogą ci opanować gnw.

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