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Talk to the parent you talk to, he will tell you the story of a child in your child's class who has very negative behavior: he is aggressive, quarrelsome, manipulative or disobedient. These children, what a coincidence, they are never their own, they are very frowned upon by parents who ask their children not to hang out with them.
Children's friendships are one of the concerns of parents, especially when they are not we like some of your friends or we think they are bad influences.
It is important to know the friendships of our children and, above all, to assess whether they are positive for our children. Friends are a very big influence on a child's lifeTherefore, we must be aware of who they are and how they are.
However, some parents take this attitude so extreme that they do not accept any friends of their children. I know some parents who see their children's friends as a threat, a potential danger, or simply not smart enough, handsome, friendly or loving. So much so that they have been pushing them out of their way until they are isolated from the group in excess.
On the other hand, I also know some boys and girls who, since childhood, had very aggressive and violent tendencies towards others, and all this in the face of the indifference of their parents. This attitude means that we do not want that child to join our son in fear that he may cause him moral or physical harm, but how to do it?
- The first step is wonder if it really is a bad influence on our child. We can invite him home and spend time with him or his parents to see if his values are similar to ours, if he is simply a naughty child or if he could really lead your child down an unwanted path.
- Not prohibit but dialogue: It is usually the first recommendation of psychologists. If we make an express prohibition against the child, it is likely that our son or daughter will rebel against it and continue playing with the same child. However, if we make a constant effort to make him see, with examples of things that have happened to him, that this friend is not good for him, that message will permeate.
- If the alleged friend has reached the point of repeatedly attacking him, it is necessary to intervene and talk to the school or parents so that they are aware of what is happening and can put an end to it.
Be that as it may, we must explain to the children what friendship is so that they understand and understand when a friend is good and when not. They should know that true friends are those who do not try to harm us, they support us, love us and respect us. That does not mean that we can argue with them at some point, especially in childhood, but they always want our good.
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