Some parents teach children to taunt others. For example, aparent who mocks someone else’s work by saying, ‘is your friend just a poorpeasant’s son? ‘. Or mock the physical form and appearance of his friend, ‘Doyou want to be friends with that skinny and pug-nosed child? This is onemistake that must be corrected. Children should be taught to respect the people around them,so they will not be arrogant and arrogant. Children who are good atappreciating and accepting the shortcomings of others, they will also beappreciated and also widely accepted by the environment.
The child’s need forgood reception of the people around is a very important requirement for thechild. Parents should also introduce to them that the diversity ofthe work of the people around them is to complement one another and help oneanother, and not a deficiency. Although the job is not the job everyone wants,such as the work of sweepers, laborers, laundries, shavers and so on. As longas the work is a good job according to the prevailing traditions of society, itis not a work to be reproached.
And our job as educators is not to makechildren cynical, demeaning and mocking those jobs. The following is the result when children often hear parentsmock others: 1. They will feel reluctant to do a job for fear ofbeing considered low. When he gets a good job, he will boast, and if he gets ajob that is not considered good he loses confidence, even if he is only able todo the job.
Children become too idealistic in making choices so hard to get ajob and a life partner. Too idealistic also happens in choosing a spouse,because accustomed to denounce and mock, he became unfavorable with thecondition of his life partner. 2. . The child will be difficult to wipe themselvesin the environment, resulting in feeling isolated by the environment that heconsidered not ideal.
Therefore, it should be that parents and educators alwaysuse positive sentences to instill positive thinking in the souls of children,to provide breadth in their lives. Maybe useful.