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Do Your Children Know How To Share?

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As a parent, there are many characteristics that you want your children to have when they grow up. Many of these are based on what tends to work in a polite society. You want your children to be able to fit in well enough that they don’t have any problems, and this can be tricky to get just right. Something that all parents would agree on is that your children being able to share is quite an important quality which is worth encouraging. But knowing how to make sure your children do this is another matter altogether. In this article, we are going to look at some of the essential things that you can do to ensure that your child learns how to share as well as they can. Let’s have a look and see what can be done in that regard.


Strategies For Sharing

On many occasions, you as a parent will find that you need to come up with specific strategies for a particular situation. Part of this is the parental skill of being able to think on your feet. Whatever it is that your children are having trouble sharing, try to get to the bottom of why that might be. If it is a toy, is it possible that one of your children feels left out in some more profound way? Remember too that your responses will need to change depending on how old the children are. Even teenagers might struggle with sharing sometimes, and you might need to respond differently here. If they are struggling over a CD, sometimes the best course of action is to make a copy with Nationwide Disc rather than deal with their sharing problems. It all depends on the situation at hand, and before long you will find that you have a number of strategies for sharing up your sleeve.


The Idea Of Fairness

Basically what this all stems from is the notion of being fair, and being treated fairly in return. If you can instill in your children this sense of fairness, of social justice on an everyday level, then they will be much more likely to understand the importance of, and the logic behind, the notion of sharing. This will mean they are more likely to share - but you might still get problems. If you do, it could be that they are simply acting out, despite the fact that they understand. When that happens, your best course of action might be punishment or discipline of some kind, depending on your parenting style and what you believe.


The End Of Selfishness


Many children are selfish when they are young, and this is what leads to non sharing. But you will find that the vast majority of children do shed this selfishness as time goes on. Indeed, it is unlikely that many children will retain it into adulthood. What this means for you as a parent is that you should try not to worry. In all likelihood, all will be fine in due course. As a final thought you do need to teach your children that life is not always fair. Sometimes someone else gets more than you or something different then what you received and that is just the way life is.

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