Emotional disorders in children, mostly from parental pressure
In addition, clinical studies have found that about 40% of children with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder have emotional disorders at the same time, and 70% of autistic disorders have emotional and behavioral problems. In addition, children with anxiety, depression, and impulse-related disorders may exhibit marked irritability.
Basically, the family environment, parental discipline, and innate constitution have a lot to do with children's emotional and behavioral disorders. Even a lot of stress stems from parents' expectations, especially children's emotional problems, which actually reflect their parents' behaviors and thoughts. Reducing inner stress is the first step to improving emotional distress between parents and children.
Children with emotional disorders, parents are emotional education teachers
Now children get angry at every turn, cry at small setbacks, and are easily impulsive and emotional. After adolescence, there is no goal, no motivation, no idea what one wants, and no ability to solve problems. When encountering setbacks, they will self-harm or give up.
In the face of children's emotional disorders, parents are the most important emotional teachers. It is suggested that the training of emotional parenting in the family should be started. It is necessary to recognize that parenting is like a marathon. As a parent, you don't have to be too nervous, angry, or rush to score your child because of what the outside world thinks.
In addition, children with emotional disorders should use a multi-faceted treatment approach, including drug therapy, behavioral therapy, and parenting skills. If there are other neurodevelopmental or emotional disorders in children, drugs can adjust the neurotransmitters in the brain, improve brain function, and also make behavioral therapy and parenting skills more effective.
At the same time, behavioral therapy can use individual or group methods to help detect emotions and express them in appropriate ways. Interpersonal interaction and group behavioral therapy are commonly used methods. By creating a dynamic interactive environment, more direct exercises Emotional awareness and control skills to reduce confrontation and enhance the relationship between children and parents.