Mrs. Lee is very hardworking and efficient. She is dismayed that her husband is irresponsible, distant and avoidant of her. She wants very much to deal with this challenging situation.
Mrs. Lee is aggressive and demanding, while her husband has no demands on himself or everything, but tries to cooperate with his wife as much as possible. Recently, Mrs. Li was very happy that her youngest son had the opportunity to interview her favorite elementary school. For a while, she was full of enthusiasm, and hoped that her son would take this opportunity to attend a good school, and then enter university smoothly with a bright future. She is busy arranging various training courses for her son to prepare for the school interview. It takes a lot of energy and money. However, she was very angry at her husband's perfunctory behavior, his lack of cooperation with her, and his disapproval of her painstaking efforts as a family member. Mrs. Li's long-buried disappointment with her husband, and the sadness that she felt helpless suddenly exploded towards Mr. Li like a collapsed embankment. During this period, the son also frequently exhibited bad behaviors of being irritable, disrespectful, and bullying his classmates.
What kind of praise can let children know clearly what they have done well?
How to work hand in hand with grandparents as caregivers to nurture the next generation?
Will you take the initiative to care for and understand the feelings and needs of your grandparents as caregivers?
How to understand and accompany a child who has done something wrong?