There is another one, thank the child when he arrives at the destination, he has helped his parents a lot...so that the parents can concentrate on driving, so that the whole family can reach the destination happily. It will also "increase" happiness. In particular, the child likes that he can help very much, that is his limited "ability" in the small world! This happy ending may make the child no longer timid about the next car seat, because "my help is very important to parents!" Let the child feel that I am important The above method also has a "theme" behind it: in the process of every intentional interaction with the child, the child can feel "my feeling is valued by parents" and "I am important".
If the child often feels this way, then even if company banner design occasionally the child must be put in the car seat immediately, or the playground must be left immediately, or the toy that the child wants cannot be bought, even if Children are crying, but there must be many positive experiences in their hearts that they can tell themselves: "It's strange that Mom and Dad are different today." Instead of: "I'm not important, they don't care about me at all." "Good relationship" is accumulated on weekdays. When an emergency occurs, even if there is a small conflict in the parent-child relationship, it can be quickly repaired. If adults put the "rules" first in their minds and tell children that they are riding in a car seat because "the rules are like this, there's nothing you can do if you're uncomfortable!" It may be difficult for the child to understand "Why on earth does this make me uncomfortable?" Regulation".
Tell the child the real purpose of the safety seat, and at the same time empathize with the child's feelings in the car seat, and finally mention the "rules" (if necessary), this is to put "people" before "rules", there is temperature , but also helps children understand the principles of practice. Ignoring the pain of the child will make the child connect "ignored" with "car seat", causing more conflicts when going out next time. The more times, the child will become a child in the eyes of adults who are "happy tyrants", "inexplicable" and "unreasonably resistant" to the car seat. More often, the child may no longer perform the "explicit behavior" of "resisting" the seat. Some adults are complacent and say, "Look, it's good to get used to it!" But what about the inner part of the child? Is the child quiet because he understands that the car seat is important to his driving safety? Is it because you find it fun to sit in a car seat? Or is it actually a renunciation? The child gave up trying to free himself from that uncomfortable state because "he couldn't do anything to change it anyway.