When the child falls, do not rush to pick him up!
Once again, Lira Gjika comes with an advice for one of the moments that parents face every day, or several times a day: when the child falls.
"When the child falls, parents, don't rush to pick him up, but encourage him to get up on his own. As it fell, it must rise itself. This experience will have positive or negative values thanks to the adult's reaction. If the adult stays calm, comforts the child with a sweet voice and encourages him to get up, it will reduce the degree of anxiety that has conquered the child and help him memorize it to become more attentive and careful. Help him to live this experience positively and not scare him with your intervention all fear and alarm. It is the adult's duty to help and encourage the child to learn to stand up on his own. These experiences are the first steps of education or not, strengthening the ability to prevent and anticipate a harmful action up to an unfair decision in the future", Lira Gjika.