Behavior regulation is related to how the child expresses himself emotionally and how he links and relates to the people around him.
The way a child regulates his behavior will depend on his temperament, his character, his social skills and his ability to manage emotionally.
In the same way, the child's behavior also has to do with the characteristics, expectations and educational style of the reference people who inevitably form a model of behavior and emotional regulation for the child. . Giving self-control tools such as knowing how to wait, thinking before acting or finding different alternatives for action, help the child to learn to regulate and better manage their behavior.
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We reflect on the main elements that can help us better understand the behavioral difficulties that our children have when it is difficult for them to adapt to new ideas and situations. We also identify elements that allow us to give these children tools to better accept the proposals of others and tolerate unwanted or unexpected scenarios.
When a child has difficulty changing his mind or adapting to a new situation, we talk about cognitive and behavioral inflexibility. In this video we talk about strategies to help children better accept the proposals of others and to tolerate that things do not always turn out as a flight or desire.