Parents must read: Urging children to learn is also an obsessive-compulsive disorder

Parents must read: Urging children to learn is also an obsessive-compulsive disorder

Immediately after coming home from work to see if the child is sitting at the table and doing his homework, the child urged him to do his homework as soon as he watched TV. This is a true portrait of some parents paying attention to their children’s learning.

Experts say that it is necessary for parents to urge their children to learn, but do not suffer from “obsessive-compulsive disorder”.

  Wang Limin, a professor of medical psychology at Harbin Medical University, imitates that using “obsessive-compulsive disorder” to describe the current performance of some parents in urging their children to learn is not an exaggeration.

Some parents will see if their child is doing homework after work. If the child is not writing, they will say, “Still playing?”

Have you finished your homework?

“” How many times have you watched TV?

“” I haven’t done my homework yet?

Go homework!

“As long as the child doesn’t move, parents urge and chase over and over again.

Some parents even call to urge or ask their children to do their homework when they go to work.

  Such parents, if they see that their children do not obey the order to do their homework in time, will be furious until the children pick up their workbooks. If the children sit at the table soon, they will feel relaxed and full of hope.

  Professor Wang Limin said that many parents do not understand that this kind of repeated and excessively bad stimuli can cause children to have bad conditioned reflexes and reduce learning efficiency. That is, when a parent takes a mouth, the child’s most direct response is to not want to listen, upset, and some will cause rebellious mental.

  If parents have the above experiences and experiences, please correct them in a timely manner, which is good for the physical and mental health of parents and children.