30 principles to protect the body that parents with daughters need to pay attention to

Besides learning in class, children need to be equipped with life skills to cope with all situations that may arise in life. If parents or teachers teach them about these principles, children will initially learn how to protect themselves, especially when an unfortunate situation occurs.

1. From 2.5 – 3 years old when children can go to the toilet on their own, set the principle of “DO NOT LOOK, LOOK” while going to the toilet so that children know that it is also a private matter that needs to be respected. important.

2. If parents go on a business trip and have to leave their children at their grandparents’ house, tell them to ONLY sleep with grandma, not to sleep with grandpa or other male members (such as uncles, uncles…), even if they are close relatives. And the next day to pick up the child, parents should ask “How did you sleep last night?”.

3. From 3-4 years old onwards, BATHING can be done by yourself. Children often can’t feel the back of the back, parents can buy a very soft long-backed cotton that is sold in supermarkets for children to make gradually.

4. When the bath is over, parents teach their children about “REDACTED ONLY” to change clothes, not to change clothes in crowded, open-air places (like the living room, even if it’s a family member).

5. NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO PHOTOGRAPHY OF YOUR CHILD’S SENSITIVE PARTS.

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6. Remind your daughter to NEVER sit on someone’s lap, including her uncle, under any circumstances, especially when she is 3-4 years old or older.

7. There should be a LIMIT AND CONTROL of TV viewing, or preferably limited. Because children can watch sensitive scenes on TV when watching with adults.

8. DO NOT GO TO THE loo where your child’s private parts can be easily seen. Many parents often have a habit of letting their children go to the toilet to solve the problem right on the sidewalk… That way they don’t realize that peeing in the right place is also precious and helps protect themselves.

9. Buy a lot of fairy tale books for your children, you should also BUY LOTS OF BOOK, STORY, REFERENCE ON THE HUMAN BODY, SEX EDUCATION AND HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF. Not only do parents read, but also orient and guide their children.

10. DON’T LET ANY AGE CALL YOUR CHILDREN A WOMAN OR HUMAN. Children often like to play role-playing games, but with this calling between adults and children, it is not okay and sometimes has potential risks.

11. When your child participates in outdoor fun activities, or sports, teach them to avoid DRESSING ACCESSORIES OR DISCOVERING THE BODY.

12. CHAT WITH YOUR CHILDREN EVERY DAY after coming home from school. If your child is different (less talkative, shy…) try to understand to find out the reason.

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13. When changing clothes, parents also need to have the principle of NOT CHANGING IN FRONT OF CHILDREN.

14. TEACH YOUR CHILD TO SAY NO. Pose scenarios and play hypothetical games, see how your child will react/answer. For example: Let’s put the situation today, when I go to the park, you are queuing to see, the male friend behind you pulls the skirt, what will you do? Today the whole family went to the supermarket, there was an uncle standing near me and putting his hand on my shoulder, what would I do?…

15. Don’t CARE your child’s physical flaws, even if it’s just a joke.

16. Understand and CONTROL THE CONTENT OF THE STORIES to buy for your children. Parents can read through to make sure there are no sensitive words or images.

17. Involve the whole family in the raising and education of children. Together, share knowledge, articles, books on education and child rearing, not only between husband and wife but also with grandparents.

18. If your child has said NO and someone still acts “illegal”, teach them to scream loudly, run away, or bite. Or if your child is a peer and your child tells you not to listen and continues, push you away.

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19. Teach your children NOT to GIVE GIFTS, GIVE TOYS, LOVE CAKES, DON’T RECEIVE ANYTHING SOMEONE GIVES (when parents or relatives are not there).

20. Teach your child to CALL THE RIGHT EMOTION NAME such as fear, sadness, anxiety… This is quite important because when children know how to express their feelings with specific names, it will help parents “discover” many things later. .

21. SEND THE CORRECT BODY PARTS NAME because if something happens, when reporting and taking testimony, saying the wrong body part name will help the “unsub” to evade.

22. IDENTIFY UNSAFE SIGNS EARLY. Your baby’s body will send out signals to let her know when she’s in “unsafe” situations or emotions to stay away or get close to people she knows: she’s shivering, she’s sweating, her heart is racing. ..

23. Make a list of “GOOD TOUCH – BAD TOUCH” and talk to your child regularly. Example: Parents’ affectionate kisses are GOOD. But if KISSING from a stranger is bad… And discuss with your child which touch is bad and which is good by asking “In your opinion, someone touching… is it good or bad? ?

24. DON’T POST YOUR CHILDREN’S ‘HOT’ PICTURES on social media, especially when your child is over 2 years old. Staying safe on Facebook is also increasing safety in real life.

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25. Pay attention to choose underwear for your child. Depending on the culture of each place, girls should wear underwear from 2 or 3 years old or older, but when buying underwear, pay attention to choose clothes that are suitable for your child’s body shape. For girls from 2-4 years old who have a slim figure, parents should choose horizontal cotton shorts that will be both discreet and airy.

26. Pay attention to your child’s physiological signs. In addition to abnormal emotional signs, parents should pay attention to “strange” actions, such as: children often put their hands in private places, children play “adult” games with dolls and teddy bears. ..

27. ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILDREN TO SHARE SECRETS WITH PARENTS. To do that, parents must be people who often interact, talk, be patient and understand their children.

28. DO NOT POST PHOTOS QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SECRETS on social media. If there is any problem about the body, related to health: 1. Go to the doctor; 2. Google looks up information on reputable sites; 3. Buy reference books, 4. Post questions in text form, 5. Ask experienced acquaintances for advice.

29. REPEAT EDUCATION AND REMIND YOUR CHILD. There will be times when children forget, so sometimes parents talk to their children, remind them of the above notes to “remember the lesson” very deeply.

30. PARENTS UPDATE INFORMATION BY PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT MATCH OF CHILDREN to have appropriate orientation. For example, when children enter their teens, they have to teach them bigger issues like safe internet access, about condoms, etc.

Source: Synthesis

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