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All of us, at some point in our lives, have felt mistrust towards someone or something, and it is that it is a defense mechanism that we have and that sometimes it simply appears. Distrust is a clear sign of fear and arises when we think we are helpless, that is, if we feel insecure.
When a child is distrustful it is not something that is totally negative, it is a way he has to protect himself and to put limits to others so that they do not harm him. But when mistrust is extreme, then emotional problems can arise that must be addressed, and in children, the parents will be in charge of helping them to have more confidence but without completely eliminating the limits to protect themselves against any aspect that may generate insecurity. .
When a child learns to trust others and set limits, he will be learning to have confidence in himself and to have more self-esteem, something that will undoubtedly make him feel much better about the world around him. But how do you help a suspicious child?
1. Trust. The place where the child should feel trust and security is always within the family. At home, the child should feel that he can trust each member of his family and, most importantly, that they can trust him.
2. Acceptance. Distrustful children, feeling insecure, feel that their perception of him is not good, so they must feel accepted by others (especially by their parents) in order to believe in themselves, and later in others.
3. Aactual. Affection is a need that all people need in order to develop with confidence and security in ourselves. When others accept us and show us their affection, we will feel important and we will be able to achieve anything, trusting in those who deserve it.
4. Balance. It is necessary for children to learn to find the balance between mistrust and trust. It is not a good idea to distrust everyone, but it is a good idea to give people opportunities. It is necessary not to trust people we do not know, but not to distrust in such a way that it prevents meeting new people.
5. Experiences. Children must be helped not to be afraid of experiences, to be able to enjoy what they do every day. To do this, they must know that not everything is perfect and that there are mistakes that are sometimes made, but that help us to learn and be better people.
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