For them, when they are just getting to know the universe, especially at first, the only way to express their discomfort is to cry and scream. At this time, we adults rarely say anything other than "Shut up" and "Don't cry" and by doing so, we push the child's mind and thinking away from us and make it even more difficult. "Stop screaming. People are watching. Are you not ashamed? I'm tired because of you. "If you don't comply, I will give it to a stranger," threatening words only have a negative effect on the child's thinking. It is clear that if someone says such threatening words to us adults, in our difficult life, we will not be comforted. Therefore, when your child cries, if you beat him to death, it is the worst mistake and the wrong act of suppressing your child's emotions. Also, don't bother with many questions to find the reason, the child is not able to answer right away at this time. At this time, the child only asks us for help. Not understanding it, talking about other things to distract them, and the child and themselves have the effect of making them feel useless and closed. Realizing that a child's crying is not a shameful problem, but an attempt to make themselves understood, he said, “Tell me what happened. It's hard for you, I understand. I'm just like you, I can't cry. All you have to do is cry. I understand you. If you don't want to talk, think alone. But I am always ready to help you. If you want to cry, cry. I am ready to listen to you. "Yes, you are crying for a reason that is not special to you." Try to understand and say supportive words. Imprisoned and ordered words and actions can damage a child's thinking and affect their future development. Silently hugging your child when he cries and letting him feel that you are with him is considered the easiest and most effective way to make him feel that this emotion is important to you and that he can get support. There are times when we, as adults, want to cry too. What kind of words and actions do you expect at that time?