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More obedient Japanese children: here are all the reasons


Apparently Japanese children are much more obedient than our children. But what is the educational method that Japanese mothers follow?

Mom and son (source unsplash)
Mom and son (source unsplash)

It seems that Italian children are the most capricious in the world.

The continuous complaints can be the result of various reasons: from being hungry, sleepy, to asking for a new toy.

In short, all Italian mothers know very well that when the baby is in no mode, it is necessary to resort to shelters in order to get through the day.

Even a dad has even invented a brilliant idea to be able to calm them down in a very short time, which has been around the web.

There are many videos or methods that explain how to calm down your children the moment they start having their constant tantrums.

Many of these are easily found on the web, so much so that many mothers and fathers look at them in such a way as to calm their children: like that of the teacher who teaches “how to take them”.

However it turned out that Japanese children are the most obedient in the world and that the credit for all of this goes to their mothers very present in their lives since birth.

It seems that among Japanese mothers and children, ever since they came into the world, an almost symbiotic relationship is established to be the envy of all other mothers.

More obedient Japanese children: here are all the reasons

Japanese children (source unsplash)
Japanese children (source unsplash)

The reasons that lead Japanese children to be quieter and more obedient are different and many of these are rooted in their culture.

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As known the Japanese are very loyal to rules and duties, so much so that Japan is one of the countries with a very low crime rate.

Consequently, even Japanese children, growing up in an environment like this, are much more respectful and less capricious than ours.

Obviously to make sure that the children behave in this way it is precisely the parents who, as long as they bring their baby into the world, provide him with cardinal principles to refer to, in addition to a good example.

The basic principles promoted by Japanese families are empathy, harmony and attachment, values ​​that are found within a study that compares all types of education that exist in the world and is known as the Disciplines in early childhood, published by the Kansas Association on mental health in infancy and early childhood.

In short, all Japanese children respect two fundamental rules: that of being independent and that of following everything their parents do at home. especially the behavior of the mother.

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Since parents are so present in their children’s lives they manage to dampen all those capricious and whiny attitudes typical of Westerners. The figure of the mother is then fundamental.

This accompanies, without ever leaving it out of sight, your child until adolescence rarely relying on the care of babysitters or grandparents.

Therefore the relationship with the mother is one of the pillars of the Japanese education system, so much so that the Japanese mothers they practice cosleeping with their children up to the age of six.

Many in talking about the relationship between Japanese mother and children they define it not only symbiotic, but almost a whole until the three-year-old child begins schooling.

Japanese mothers, in making their little ones understand what is right or wrong, they almost never resort to punishment, but with great patience they explain to their children why their behavior is wrong and what consequences it can have on other people.

Another pillar of their education is based acting on persuasion and the sense of shame, this avoids that the child can stage whining and lamenting out of thin air, especially in front of other people.

Therefore in Japan he is educated with kindness, making the little one understand what to do. For example, in Italy, a mother addresses her child with a more imperative tone like “Put the toys away!”, on the contrary the Japanese mother will say: “What should you do now with the toy basket?”.

Finally the Japanese mom does not scold the child with screams, but only with the strength of a glance and when the child realizes that the relationship is falling, then he will do everything he can not to break the harmony of before.

Japan (source unsplash)
Japan (source unsplash)

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