Although psychological problems are still perceived as taboo by the society, everyone from all walks of life goes through psychological problems. As we continue to be involved in the social environment, these problems will always arise. Psychological problems generally thought to be caused by factors such as the difficulty of finding a job, anxiety about home care, and excessive thinking about raising a child. However, as much as adults children as well can face many psychological problems and such problems can grow even more if help isn’t taken by an expert.
How can you tell that your child has a psychological problem?
You should closely observe your child’s behaviour, and note his/her behaviour and emotional changes. As a parent, sometimes you may not have had enough time to listen to your children. At such times, it will also be difficult for you to notice the change in your child. However, as a parent, you may always have to remember that your mission is to give your child extra care and attention. Problems can grow rapidly without notice, they can become difficult to solve. Psychological problems in children observed within behaviours such as: getting angry quickly, tantrums, tendency to harm objects and people around them, behavioural changes such as intentional humiliating, saying disgusting and insulting words to hurt someone, crying attacks, excessive stubbornness if not desired, and distant behaviour toward intentional smearing of the opposite person. If parents are able to solve these situations by talking they should do so, if talking or taking time and care does not help, talking to an expert psychologist or pedagogist should be the way to solve this problem.
What are the factors that trigger psychological problems in children?
The biggest mistakes made in relationships are the individual’s failure to recognize and accept the mistakes he/she made when he/she looked at himself / herself. You should first consider about yourself without forgetting that your child in an individual and then think about the domestic environment and your approach to your child. Permanent discussions between the parents, father’s lack of respect for the mother, the lack of respect for the communication between the mother and the father, the serious education or social status difference between the two sides, the serious discrimination between the two sides based on religious or political opinions, lack of time they spend with their child, increase the seriousness of the problems observed in children.
Spending more time with your child and listening to it will help you diagnose the problem as early as possible and make it easier to take precautions.