Most Japanese children make people admire because they are very polite, friendly and unreasonable for their emotions to explode. In Japan, we rarely meet a baby crying in the supermarket (except for exceptions, of course).
Researchers believe that we should learn some educational tips from Japanese parents and here are the main principles of their parenting:
- The relationship between mother and child is very close
In Japan, the connection between a mother and child is really strong. Both mother and daughter sleep together and mothers are always with the children no matter where they go, what to do. In the past, Japanese mothers often used a sling to hold a baby, do housework or go somewhere.
Mother-child relationship is a deep affection. Japanese mothers accept everything their children do. In their eyes their children are always perfect.
One of the basic parenting concepts of Japanese parents said that before a child was 5 years old, they were allowed to do what they wanted. Foreigners regard this as a slightly outrageous permission, but they are not. This principle shows children that they are developing very well.
Japanese artists from the end of the 17th century to the early 18th century believed that Japanese mother and son love was wrapped in tangerines like goldfish. Such tangling contributes to the word “amae” (Japanese means “indulgence”, defined as “the desire to be based on, to be covered” and to be the verb of the verb “to do flute “). It is impossible to find any synonyms in other languages, but it means the desire to rely on others based on their love, patience and tolerance. This is the foundation of the relationship between mother and child. That means that children can rely on their parents and their love, and when parents get older, they get the support of their adult children.
There is a study carried out by US and Japanese scientists who demonstrate that there is a link between the encouraging education style and the behavior of children. Researchers believe that the positive attitude of parents reduces the risk of developing bad behaviors in children and improving the behavior of children with developmental disorders.
2. Japanese education system: All children are born fair and the same
According to Japan’s well-known education system, children are free to do what they like before being 5 years old, listening to their parents from 5 to 15 years old and from 15 years old is considered equal to their parents as well. the others.
This philosophy aims to encourage members in a collective, where personal interests are considered the most important thing. It is a strong reason for Japanese parents to try to raise their children into a harmonious person – who will be able to find goals and not underestimate their own values.
3. Family is important
Just as the rule is that mothers often raise and care for their children and spend a lot of time with them, Japanese people think that children should not be sent to kindergarten before they turn 3. Parents should not ask their grandparents or hire a babysitter but take the time to look after them.
However, even if parents look, the children still need to spend time with grandparents and other relatives to help make relationships with family members more warm and caring for each other, by the family. is comprised of people who will always support and protect each other.
4. Parents are mirrors
Japanese mothers have followed the rules: do my way. Japanese mothers do not give children the things they require, they just give an example and show how to do it.
5. Pay attention to emotions
To teach a child to live and survive in a collective society, it is important to teach them how to see and respect the emotions and interests of others.
Japanese mothers respect their children, paying attention to their feelings: they do not urge them or make them feel embarrassed or embarrassed. They teach children to understand other people’s feelings, even senseless things. For example, if a child is trying to break their toy car, a Japanese mother will say “Body car, it must be crying!”. A European mother might reprimand: “Stop now! It’s so bad!”.
Japanese people do not think their teaching method is the best. Today, Western cultures also affect Japanese traditions, but the main points in parenting styles such as Japanese people’s calm and loving attitude are unchanged.