In the 21st century, relationships between parents and children have become more complex. Communication gap, Peer Pressure and Generation Gap can turn the relationship sour.
Childhood is the most impressionable and influential time in all of our lives. It is the period where the mind is shaped and developed. Hence, it is absolutely imperative for the new-age parents to understand their child’s psychology. They need to guide and nurture their child as they grow up and treat them different than adults. The parents need to find and encourage the unique personality trait of their child/children so that their self-esteem is developed and they go onto becoming happy and successful in their life.
At the least, the parents can observe their child’s behavior, expressions and body language as they eat, sleep, study or play and spend as much time as they can with them. But since most of the parents are working professionals, they fail to do so.
Childhood is quite tender and there are several neurodevelopmental, emotional, mental and behavioral problems as mentioned below which are prevalent in younger people.