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The most effective antidote to childhood psychosomatic symptoms, anxiety, and stress is the intimate, loving relationship of the newborn child, said the recent HVG Psychology Extra.The cure for child anxiety is the parent-child relationship (photo: iStock)Danish psychotherapist Iben Dissing Sandahl gave an example of her presentation to her now published volume, "Take My Hand!", Which is why intimate contact between parents and their children is so important. For example, from his own practice, Kristen, 11, was taken into care by her mom because she had been unable to get close to her, talk to her, or help with her problems for some time. Kristen didn't talk to the therapist either, so the practitioner decided he would remain quiet with the boy. The boy began to dissolve slowly, first to ponder, then to speak slowly. The therapist suggested the same method to her mother: do not want to verbalize everything, but rest inside yourself, and in this peace of mind stay with the son alone, spend quality time with her, according to her. kids are under a lot of stress, they have a lot of stress, they have a lot of anxiety. Not only because of school or family issues, but also the world, a lot of hardships, terrorism, climate change, migration - all affect children. The best cure for all this is the loving parent-child relationship. However, the basis of a balanced physical, emotional and mental relationship, as well as the adult's imbalance and vulnerability, are listed in the article on hvg.com. These can make their own emotional balance shorter for children. This is all the more important because it is the Internet and the world of social media where you don't learn the patterns you need to get the connection right. And what can a parent do? Knowledge, sincerity, presence, reach for the child, attention. It is important that the baby is really there, that you really listen, listen. You do not want to talk about it, interpret ideas, tips and rules, do not interrupt it, do not convey your opinion, your results, but only respond to a specific problem. It's not easy, "Iben Sandahl admitted," I was spoiled by my own way, so I wanted to put my own expectations back in it. " This is also helped by the silence, which, when experienced together, is not a quiet, anxious, fearful. "The word doesn't always need verbal communication," the therapist said. Therefore, parents do the best for their children if they are assured of this inner and inner peace, the rest of the family. Like just lying down with them on the carpet and staring at the ceiling for a while. "Believe me," Sandahl said, "if you listen to us in public, they will come to speak for you, after all." concludes his remarks. He talked about the job in detail, which he does with the family he receives. The kids find him with stomachache and tickling. According to both experts, if it is possible to rule out organic causes, then almost always we think that the child is in search of the symptom carrier, the root of the problem and worth approaching the problem in a family context. can solve the problem by mutual discovery.In childhood, two of the most serious sources of stress according to the practitioner is choice and school load. According to Evga Delva, there is a difference between kindergarten and school, while there is still a lot of mobility in the ovi, and the first grade in the school should not be neglected. it is unlikely that the belly of the children just before going to school is a headache, not to say in the amusement park or during the summer holidays. "
Children do not have many tools to signal when they are anxious, when they feel bad, so these psychosomatic symptoms are what parents, adults, need to understand. It is common for a child to play games, physical conditions, which are the best way to relieve tension and establish intimate contact.
- Playful parents will not have anxiety over their child
- A quarter of children have mental problems
- One in four children are anxious