The parent-child relationship is very important and sometimes conflicts can arise. When communicating with your child, you should carefully choose the words you use and be careful. In an argument with your child, you may encounter situations such as heartbreak and inability to control anger. The important thing is to eliminate the disagreements correctly without making communication with your child difficult after the discussion and to make up for the tension in between. So what should you do if you broke your child’s heart in the argument you had with your child?
If you empathize with the problem and think about how your child is feeling, you can explain the problem to your child more politely and politely. Because only by understanding why you are upset, you can create a solution. After you find the source of the problem, you can find a common solution and sweeten the resentment experienced.
It can be quite difficult to communicate with your child when he is unhappy or heartbroken. To choose the communication channel, you can start by considering what your child likes. If you want, you can prepare your child’s favorite meal and invite him to the dinner table to talk, so you can communicate and chat. It is very important that you stay away from advising conversations during conversation. Talking in an advisory way may make your child feel more bad about his mistake if he is wrong. If you can make him feel that you can understand him and that you can find a common solution in your conversations, the resentment will be resolved more quickly.
Make Them Feel Worthy
By making your child feel valuable to you and making him/her happy, you take a step towards providing a solution, and your child feels valuable and agrees to contact you by responding to your step. As with every person, it is always best to speak more positively, rather than being hurtful by trying to understand the feelings of the other person. If you did not cause your child’s resentment, after waiting for your child to calm down, you can make him believe that you can overcome it together by trying to understand what the problem is without going too far. In this way, your child will not feel alone and you can find a common solution by getting stronger thanks to the support he receives from you.
If your child’s resentment is still not resolved after doing all of the above, try to focus on the solution rather than indulging in negative emotions. If you try to avoid solving problems and encourage your child’s negative emotions by giving them more energy, even if you can solve this problem, there will be other tensions that may arise at a later time. The solution to these situations is creating a positive relationship with communication and empathy. In other words, you become more flexible with effective communication skills and empathetic understanding. If you can be more flexible and effective in your communication, you can prevent many problems, and this will help you eliminate the resentment.
It is important to be conscientious of the fact that your own feelings in the argument are not always reasonable or justified. You should never use words that make your son or daughter upset, hurt, angry, angry and uncomfortable. This can cause a long-standing resentment for your child. As a parent, it is important to prevent children from having long-standing resentment by avoiding this.
If you avoid negative emotions and try to solve problems effectively, you can show your child that as a partner, he/she can always rely on you and see him as an equal partner in communication. This will help improve the relationship between each other and become closer to your children. If you feel like a parent who loves your child, it will become easier for both of you to handle any problem at hand.
Love and Happiness
When you are preoccupied by your child’s resentment and avoid taking care of it, you can damage the relationship between each other. When your child becomes angry and upset, never ignore him or try to laugh to minimize the resentment because it would lead to a long-standing bitterness with no solution. By considering how your child feels even if he is angry or upset, you can prevent such situations from happening again. You should communicate with the intention that finding a solution for the problem will help both of you.
If you can solve the problem, your child will be very happy and feel grateful to you, and he/she will also become your main support. When you find a solution to the problem, do not neglect it but take care of it properly by solving it together. Your child will be much more happy than if the resentment lasts for a long time. If the solution is not found after trying many times, both of you should keep trying until you finally find one so that your relationship can restore as joyful as possible with love and happiness in between.