Interaction With The Growing Child

Small children are like raw material which is going to be a finished good one day, and it all depends on us how we want it, for whom we want it, what work we want from it. There are kinds of people lives in a society, some are happy in others happiness, some want dilemmas in others life for making their own self happy, some are like unhappy always with the life, people, surrounding or situation they always complain about the things, never get satisfied. These types of people are those, who once have faced difficulties, rejection, partiality, scarcity, and similar kinds of negative things in their life. Let’s compare it with the manufacturing of products from raw material.

First, we have to prepare that raw material in the form that can be used for making our desired product by applying some experiments and methods, similarly, we have to give a particular surrounding and conditions in which our child will start behaving and thinking in the way which we want them to.

Second, now design all individual parts of the final product by applying forces, talent, manpower, technology and time. In the same way, we have to interact with the growing child also, we should manage his or her friend circle, school life, hobbies, skills, and home environment.

Third, now we have to assemble that all individual parts for making them one as every individual part is not at all useful no matter if they are brilliant on their own but they are not useful if not work or combine together. Likewise here is the time for the child to manage his/her life events on its own, now the question is: what is our role in this situation, as this thing has to be done by own. But the thing is now is the crucial role which we have to play by helping them assembling all their dispersed parts of life on their own.

Finally, we have a desired finished product.

Now, these finished products are of types that we have mentioned in the first paragraph. All get started with the first stage what type of surrounding they get, and the people with whom they interact.

For that, it’s suggested always deal with a smiley face and in a kind nature with a child whom you meet, because the smile is a healing treatment of every problem, it creates a sense of happiness, beauty, togetherness, calmness, and peace of mind. This lets a child should create a positive image of the world and ultimately he/she want others and their own self happy and that behavior will wash out the concept of negative thoughts, conflicts, and crime at a considerable level.

So Smile when you meet a child.

Make your own self happy and let others being so.

I wish you all a happy life…….

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