Tag: Child Psychology

Quality Time vs Quantity Time

Quality Time vs Quantity Time

Am I giving enough Quality Time to my child?

Am I giving sufficient time to my child? Are his Emotional and Psychological needs being met with the right amount of time he needs? But what is the right time? Being together for 4-5 hours and watching your favourite show or cooking something in the kitchen, while your child is busy playing all by himself, may be video games or watching videos? 

Or we’re really short of time? Once we’re back from corporate responsibilities, we hardly have 1-2 hours to catch up with kids. But even then, notifications acts as spoilers.… Continue Reading

Factors affecting Child Behaviour and Mind – Child Psychology

Factors affecting Child Behaviour and Mind – Child Psychology

Factors affecting Child Psychology

What is Child Psychology?

Human’s infancy and childhood are the times full of fun but yet the most imperative part of their lives. These are the most pivotal ages of how a person will transform as an adult. Child Psychology, basically deals with :

  • Understanding a child’s behavioural and developmental pattern as per the age group.
  • It mainly deals with a child’s Physical, Social, Emotional and Cognitive development and its deviations.
  • Child Psychology deals with how circumstances, internal / external factors change a person, right from an Infancy to an adult.

Why do we really need to know what children

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Understanding Child Psychology and Development

Understanding Child Psychology and Development

After getting a glimpse of Factors affecting a child’s behaviour, mind, rather Psychology, let’s hop onto how, you, as a parent can understand what a child feels and thinks.

Understanding Child Psychology

Here are 10 points helping you to understand Child’s Psychology in a very simple manner :

1.Observation :

Observation is the key to understand a child’s mind and heart. We as parents, need to notice how child expresses, reacts, feels when s/he eats, plays, sleep, communicates. We need to be attentive and show our interests in what our kids do. Make out a list basis your life’s routines and child’s age. Continue Reading