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Childhood Stress and Resiliency

People should rely on teaching and “instinct” paternity instead of copying what other patients and schools do. In fact, ambitious value drives society rather than the good judgment about what is good or bad for children. As a result, there is a lot of stress from early childhood on-wards which affects the ability of the young generation to recover.

Childhood Stress and Resiliency

The elements of resilience, – efficiency, trust, communication, character, contribution, adaptation, and control. These are qualities that teachers and parents must instill in their daily interaction with children to take care of tomorrow’s resilient citizens. They can not be taught, but can only be transferred through daily commitment with children. For teachers, especially very young children, it is essential to carry out the appropriate tests before undertaking to determine whether the child is ready for this activity or not.
 
Childhood stress hinders their healthy growth and affects their resilience. These children, who are under pressure and become stressed, grows up to be stressed youth may then get hooked on to drugs to get out of that pressure.

Screen addiction in young children

Screen addiction in young children, whether from smart phones, gaming stations, tablets or TV is another challenge we must address. Children receive these devices from a very early stage to keep them busy, engaged, entertained and far from their parents. The ability to change channels at the touch of a button or move your finger raises children restless with little attention span.
 
Issues such as Blue Whale Challenge are the result of on-screen addiction. Therefore, it is vital to reduce screen time by engaging children in physical activities. One of the best ways to feel happiness is to prepare children for the tribulations that they have in life. There is no life without distress. It is about scaffolding, encouragement, and confidence in the ability to withstand. Nothing is impossible for a child if his parents believe in him.

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