It’s very frustrating for parents when they hear their children complain and whine. But we must remember that this is completely normal since the average adult complains 30 times a day. Children complain due to plenty of good reasons like blowing off steam, they want to connect with us, and because they feel helpless. Sometimes, complaining is just their way of releasing an underlying emotion that they can’t express. Whatever the cause may be, complaining and whining are the chances we can help our children find healthier ways to show their feelings and change to a more positive mindset. While it’s normal to vent sometimes, frequent complaining is not a healthy option. This infographic shows some strategies that will help kids express their dissatisfaction in healthier, more positive ways.
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