The children hear it from their parents and swear to themselves never to say the mostly annoying sentences to their children.

The children hear it from their parents and swear to themselves never to say the mostly annoying sentences to their children.

There are sayings that never die. A large part, probably, because they are passed on from parent generation to parent generation. The children hear it from their parents and swear to themselves never to say the mostly annoying sentences to their children. And then do it anyway. A collection on Twitter makes you smile.

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Parental leave gives men the opportunity to play the leading role in their upbringing for a while. But what often begins with the romantic idea of ​​hiking, doing sports together and bedtime stories turns out to be a tough job within a very short time. The journalist Werner Bauknecht has written a book about his experiences with parental leave. For NEWS.AT he has ten tips on how to best approach this special time.

  1. Learn to sleep standing up because you will have little time at night.
  2. Use your common sense and trust your fatherly feelings more than any book available as a parenting aid.
  3. Don’t play referees when your kids argue – in the end you are always the loser!
  4. Never go to crowds of people alone with two children, for example in swimming pools or at the fair. If you prefer to work with other parents, you share the supervision.
  5. Listen to your children when they talk. You enjoy your attention and you learn something from it.
  6. Never take your bad mood out on the children due to constant fatigue. Better buy a punching bag.
  7. Always remember – you will never be as close to your children as you were in the early years. You might miss those deep feelings later!
  8. Set boundaries for the little ones, otherwise they’ll take control. And that doesn’t mean anything good.
  9. Don’t take it personally if your kids hit you every time on memory.
  10. Every day, every hour, as often as possible, show them how much you love them. They don’t really want more from you.

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You can find more on the subject in “They just want to play. My life as a father” by Werner Bauknecht. Published by Schwarzkopf Black Head. € 10.30

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Parental leave gives men the opportunity to play the leading role in their upbringing for a while. But what often begins with the romantic idea of ​​hiking, doing sports together and bedtime stories turns out to be a tough job within a very short time. The journalist Werner Bauknecht has written a book about his experiences with parental leave. For NEWS.AT he has ten tips on how to best approach this special time.

  1. Learn to sleep standing up because you will have little time at night.
  2. Use your common sense and trust your fatherly feelings more than any book available as a parenting aid.
  3. Don’t play referees when your kids argue – in the end you are always the loser!
  4. Never go to crowds of people alone with two children, for example in swimming pools or at the fair. If you prefer to work with other parents, you share the supervision.
  5. Listen to your children when they talk. You enjoy your attention and you learn something from it.
  6. Never take your bad mood out on the children due to constant fatigue. Better buy a punching bag.
  7. Always remember – you will never be as close to your children as you were in the early years. You might miss those deep feelings later!
  8. Set boundaries for the little ones, otherwise they’ll take control. And that doesn’t mean anything good.
  9. Don’t take it personally if your kids hit you every time on memory.
  10. Every day, every hour, as often as possible, show them how much you love them. They don’t really want more from you.

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You can find more on the subject in “They just want to play. My life as a father” by Werner Bauknecht. Published by Schwarzkopf Black Head. € 10.30

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There are sayings that never die. A large part, probably, because they are passed on from parent generation to parent generation. The children hear it from their parents and swear to themselves never to say the mostly annoying sentences to their children. And then do it anyway. A collection on Twitter makes you smile.

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Chinese lessons at the age of two, learning to play an instrument and dancing ballet on top of that, as well as attending children’s yoga classes. Many of our little ones already have a busy schedule when they are at kindergarten. “Parents only want the best and give their offspring a good future. But the little ones will not be successful if too much is drummed into them too early,” says child and adolescent psychologist Sandra Velásquez.

“It is right to promote the talents of the little ones, but age-appropriate,” says expert Velásquez. For example, children up to three years of age should not attend fixed courses in their free time. “Baby swimming or mother-child play groups are perfectly fine, but only as long as the kids have fun with them,” advises psychotherapist Eva Pokorny. “With small children, the focus should be on the playful aspect,” says Pokorny. And: Unscheduled time is important, believe the psychologists. “Children should be allowed to be bored from time to time. Because boredom creates space for creativity”, says Velásquez. Our experts have put together these and other tips for you on how to encourage children without overwhelming them.

1. How many courses can be expected per week?

0-3 years: No fixed dates yet, except for baby swimming or play groups. But only as long as the little ones have fun with it. But you should always orientate yourself towards the child. Because it often knows better than adults when it has had enough.

3-6 years: no more than one course per week. “It should be something that the parents cannot teach their child,” advises psychotherapist Eva Pokorny.

6-10 years: Plan a maximum of two appointments. However, parents should pay attention to whether the children are doing something for fun or because they are entitled to performance. If there is stress with the homework, it is better to only do one class. No further dates are recommended for all-day schools.

2. When is my child overwhelmed?

“It is important that children always have breaks and days that are not planned,” says psychologist Julia Mahler-Hutter. If the child has few rest phases and symptoms such as difficulty concentrating, joylessness or sleep disorders occur, parents should pay attention.

3. My child doesn’t want to do anything. Can i force it

No. A child is born with a natural curiosity and an attitude of discovery. If the child is listless, the question arises, why this could be and since when this listlessness has existed. Forcing the child to do something that they do not want to do of their own accord prevents the possibility of self-expression. “By force, the little ones learn to do things in order to get praise or to prevent punishment. In adult life, the motivation could often be money and status,” says Mahler-Hutter.

4. How do I properly motivate my child?

The smaller the child, the more playful the approach should be. “As a parent, you should also ask yourself whether there is a performance-based mindset behind it,” says child and adolescent psychologist Sandra Velásquez.