With the gradual development of society, most parents realize that children’s education is not only about imparting some knowledge, but also about building their children’s minds. However, many parents will find that their children have some problems, such as low self-esteem. In fact, most children with inferiority complex come from four families. Let’s elaborate below.
1、 Super protected families
Many parents now firmly believe that protecting children is a part of parenting and hope that their children will fare well in the family without difficulties and setbacks. Therefore, they will adopt a super protective approach to parenting. Such parents will constantly pay attention to their children’s clothing, food, housing, and transportation, creating a “glass covered” environment for their children without inspiring them. Growing up in this environment, children have poor understanding and adaptability to the external environment, which can also have a significant impact on their self-confidence and independence.
2、 Coddle the family
Pampering the family means that parents care too much about their children’s feelings, ignore their children’s needs, and fail to regulate and guide their children. Such children have been coddled and unrestrained for a long time, becoming accustomed to a beloved lifestyle. These children can be weak in independence and self balancing, vulnerable to setbacks, and can easily develop inferiority complex emotions if they fail to handle setbacks well.
3、 Strict family
“Strict family” refers to parents who are very strict with their children, often treating them with criticism and criticism rather than giving them help and support. Such a family environment is very detrimental to children’s mental health. Growing up in a harsh environment can easily lead to feelings of inferiority, anxiety, and depression.
4、 Ambivalent family
Contradictory families generally refer to problems such as conflicts and disputes in the relationship between parents, resulting in a tense and disharmonious family atmosphere, which affects the physical and mental health and growth of children. Such children may experience a lack of intimacy in the family, and they may also have difficulty mastering adaptive and communication skills, which can lead to problems such as inferiority complex, depression, and emotional loss.
The above is the reason why most children with inferiority complex come from four family situations. However, no matter what kind of family they come from, parents should first pay attention to their words and behaviors, and make appropriate guidance and education. At the same time, it is also necessary to respect children’s personality development, give them free space, and appropriately avoid conflicts among children with different personalities. Let children understand their values and abilities, and encourage them to explore and demonstrate their strengths, building self-confidence. If you are not quite sure what to do, consider consulting a psychology expert for more advice and guidance.