Don’t turn off the light… Seven habits that help a child get rid of fear

Social customs have been inherited in Egypt and the Arab countries to light the children’s bedroom with a dim light, in the belief of the parents that this is beneficial for the children’s interest and gives them safety and lack of fear. Renewing body cells and helping to improve its growth process

child behaviour

behavior Child It is always the product of what his parents have accustomed him to, so if you train your child to sleep in the dark without lighting in his room, he will get used to it over time, and this helps the child get rid of the fear of darkness and also increases the child’s confidence in himself, and with the passage of time the child will be able to sleep If he finds any lighting in his room, no matter how simple it is.

Benefits of sleeping in the dark for children

  1. Sleeping in the dark helps the child to sleep in a relaxed manner.
  2. Sleeping in the dark provides the baby with a restful sleep.
  3. It helps to relax the eye nerve and the child does not feel insomnia and tension during sleep.
  4. Sleeping in the dark rejuvenates all cells of the body.
  5. Doubles the number of white blood cells in the body of children.
  6. The lack of light in the child’s room leads to the brain sending signals to the body that it is not time to wake up yet, which increases the number of hours of sleep for the child, which helps the child to improve his growth process.
  7. Sleeping a child in the dark helps him to indulge in dreams and unleash his imagination and his ability to imagine and create.
Don't turn off the light... Seven habits that help a child get rid of fear
Do not turn off the light… Seven habits that help the child get rid of fear

Why do some children steal?

Some families may notice that their child is stealing things that do not belong to him at home or from his friends, or that one of the children may be stealing from the market or from a store while he is shopping with the family.

Theft in children is considered one of the negative and disturbing phenomena due to its negative future consequences in the long term, so why does this child steal, what is his goal, and what are the reasons that prompted him to do this wrong behavior.

The most important points that explain the causes and motives of some children’s tendency to steal

  1. Excessive deprivation of the child and dealing with him harshly and violently may push the child to steal as a kind of challenge or as a way to satisfy his pent-up desires.
  2. The child may steal because he does not realize the difference between the concept of borrowing and the concept of stealing as a result of the lack of guidance from the family to him.
  3. Some children steal because they do not understand the concept of private property and the child does not consider this act to be theft.
  4. Some children steal as a form of revenge against their parents for their extreme cruelty to them in order to rebel against the authority imposed on them as an aggressive response from the child.
  5. The loss of the child’s care, love, and attention from the parents may lead the child to steal to draw his parents’ attention to him.
Don't turn off the light... Seven habits that help a child get rid of fear
Do not turn off the light… Seven habits that help the child get rid of fear

There are some medical conditions that require prolonged psychological rehabilitation sessions, for example:

Some children may sometimes steal things that have no real value or things that are not of interest to them, or that they use them, but rather they steal them for the purpose of theft itself.

Some families spoil their children excessively, which makes the child a “selfish child” who only accepts the implementation of his desires and cannot bear the rejection or postponement of some of his decisions, which pushes the child to steal to satisfy his desires because he does not accept the idea of ​​delay or rejection.

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