The last situation any parent wants is to see their child in any pain or discomfort. Unfortunately, the reality is that there may be days or times when they’re not feeling their best and need your advice and assistance. What you don’t want, when this situation arises, is to panicand assume the worst when your child expresses to you that they’re in distress, feeling unwell, or in pain. There are a series of steps you can take which will helpyou cope. Stay hopeful that soon enough you’ll get to the bottom of what’s upsetting or hurting your child, andthat they’ll start to feel better and recover to full health.
Our brains are complex things, made up of 100’s of billions of neurons and different parts. I went on a course the other week called “brain leadership” and quite a lot of it can be used to understand the kids, as well as adults. This might be a little technical in places, so I will try and keep it as basic as possible. Here are 3 tips to understanding your children and why they do the things they do… a little insight into a childs mind.