Psychological analysis behind children interrupting others

Children interrupt other people’s conversations, which are caused by their age characteristics, and generally appear in the following situations: 1. Children are curious about some of the content in the speech and can’t wait to solve the “questions” in their hearts. 2. The content that others have talked about or discussed, the child has heard or is a little bit incomprehensible, and has “resonance”, excitement, eager to “express” himself, and talk about his “view”. 3. The child has difficulty playing alone or trying to do something alone. At this time, he is eager to seek help, and may interrupt the conversation of others regardless of the occasion. This behavior of the child can not be ignored, but also pay attention to the handling method. Parents should pay attention to the following points: 1. “Adapt to circumstances”. That is, for different situations, take appropriate appropriate methods and methods to guide. When a child raises questions about the content of an adult ’s conversation, or encounters difficulties for help, do not reprimand the child in the face of others because of annoyance, otherwise the child ’s “curiosity” and “self-esteem” will be hurt. Parents can explain to the child, and then answer after the conversation, or praise him again: “You really love to use your brain!” This way the child will understand. But afterwards, you must keep your promises and educate your children not to interrupt casually when others talk, telling him to be rude. If what the adult talks about during chatting causes the child to “resonate”, and the child is anxious to express their opinions to interrupt the conversation of others, parents may wish to give the child a chance to “express” and first ask for the person who talks to you. Opinion, and then involve the child. However, after the conversation, it should be very polite to point out that it is wrong for the child to just interject casually. In this way, the child is more likely to accept your criticism, because the child’s “expression desire” is satisfied. 2. “Camera induction”. That is, parents should use all the opportunities available to educate their children, inspire and induce them, and pay special attention to using the things that happen around them to educate their children so that they can be enlightened and improved. For example, Mom and Dad took their children to the street and saw that other children were being quarreled and criticized when their parents were talking to others, so they could ask their children: “Is that kid doing just right? Why? Do you like him? “Let the children get an education from it. 3. “Teach by example.” That is, parents should pay attention to their words and deeds, especially “deeds”, which is very important for children. Children are more imitative and lack a certain discriminating ability, so parents should set an example of polite interaction.