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5. What is your child’s thought process and how to understand it
Understanding your child is the most important thing to do while parenting. Yes sometimes we are unable to interpret the needs of our children but that doesn’t mean we are bad parents.
We usually are naturally attached to our child and we can feel what they want to say. But as time passes and your child grow, the bond happens to get weak. This happens due to the fact that your child is now developing a rationale and trying to understand how the world works. This shouldn’t be alarming for you.
In such cases, you should just try to understand your child’s needs and desires. Your child will always leave patterns behind for you to pick. If you’re keen enough to observe him/her, you will see how your child thinks.
You can always give him assignments to figure out why the child does what he does. There are thousands of personality tests available on the internet which can help you understand the thought process of your child. I know that will not be much but it will help you understand the way he/she processes information. You can run tests to see what he/she thinks of themselves and see how confident they are in life. This can help you and your child both in hindsight if only done with care and love.