Proceeding from the fact that he sees, hears, feels the baby, he has his own opinion about the world around him. Often it is very different from the outlook of adults.
Recollection of his childhood misconceptions causes a smile and nostalgia for that wonderful time when one could believe in miracles and judge the world naively but sincerely.
What childish delusions are most common?
Santa Claus exists
For children, the New Year is probably the most anticipatedcelebration. It is expected even more than Birthday. It's not just the gifts the kid gets. Waiting for a miracle from Santa Claus is the main reason for the child's love for this holiday. Over time, children understand that this fairy-tale character is just an invention, and gifts are prepared by caring parents. Children increasingly want to become adults, despite the fact that wonders in adulthood are much less.
Work is better than learning
It is impossible to find a child who, for the wholePeriod of school life would adore school. Conflict with classmates, misunderstanding of teachers can lead a child to the misconception that it is better to work than to go to this "stupid" school. Although still most of the wonderful memories of adults are associated with the school and student years.
Adults should be better than children
Adults, in the opinion of children, can do everything: They can buy anything in the store, they are allowed to walk when and where they want, they are not punished and do not put in a corner. This misconception in children goes after entering into adulthood.
Although, with proper upbringing, parents canHelp to avoid the many disappointments associated with this delusion. The concept of responsibility for words and deeds, the ability to properly manage money - the earlier this child begins to understand correctly, the better.
For all the importance of education, it is not worthwhile to deprive the child of childhood, loading his head with thoughts of adulthood. They really want to believe in fairy tales.
Children love to listen to fairy tales. Sometimes it is love for fairy tales that motivates the child to learn how to read independently, not to wait for the mother to finish reading the most liked story. Thanks to the rich imagination, the child often comes up with new fairy tales, tells them to his peers, plays with the help of toys of presentation.
In the understanding of the baby toys - alive. Children think that with the onset of night, toys come to life, that they have their feelings and desires.
Some parents faced with the situation,When a child, having laid his bed on his bed of his favorite dolls, bears or robots and soldiers, himself is ready to sleep anywhere, just to make his toys comfortable. Or, if the toy is broken, the kid experiences a tragedy for himself, demanding an immediate fix or cure, believing that the beloved subject of the game is in pain. But not all tales teach sympathy, compassion. Sometimes fictional heroes cause such fear, that the kid is afraid to remain alone in the room, darkness causes panic in them.
Under the bed, someone lives
A monster can live not only under the bed. It can be either a closet or a dark corner of the room. Provoke such fears can not only fairy tales or cartoons. Fear of invented monsters is sometimes inflicted by parents themselves who rashly frighten their babies with phrases: "You will not obey - babayka will come and take you away," "I'll give you Babe-Yage, since you're so naughty."
Childhood delusions have many causes. In the process of growing up, a small man builds his picture of life, knows, draws conclusions. The questions asked by the child sometimes puzzle his parents. In this case it is better to tell the truth, but with those words that will be clear to the child at his age. After all, misconceptions based on parental lies can lead to great disappointments and insults to mom and dad. Adult behavior is an example to follow. Children sensitively perceive a lie and compare the words and actions of adults. Any discrepancy distorts the child's worldview and can lead to irreversible consequences in later adulthood.