School period opens new doors for children and mothers… Starting school; It brings learning new things, meeting new people, socializing and achieving new dreams. A very exciting, sometimes stressful, enjoyable and developing period begins for the whole family. Today, a process is beginning that social media supports, directs and hinders step by step with visuals, articles and likes.
It has become a must to document that every moment and every month of babies is celebrated with enthusiasm and pomp from birth. Happy, well-groomed mothers who can do everything together and their perfect children. their mothers found themselves in a meaningless race. With all their good intentions, mothers try to keep their children in this pace and not to miss anything. Our children have to be multicultural, very intelligent children who have to learn a lot, eat very healthy, and have to do activities in the field of art and sports. .. No matter what their mothers do, they are always incomplete, always worried, always left alone with their doubts…
Perfection syndrome can cause a feeling of inadequacy, self-blame, and excessive anxiety in the mother. Children who grow up with the syndrome of perfection, on the other hand, grow up lacking in problem solving skills, having self-confidence problems, getting bored quickly with everything, and being self-centered. The child who grows up believing that he can get everything he wants, that he is perfect and perfect, can experience great disappointment and self-confidence problems when he encounters obstacles, rejections and failure in real life. When they become adults, they can constantly evaluate themselves on the axis of successful / unsuccessful and become unhappy.
We can understand our children’s real needs, interests, talents, and difficulties by spending quality time together, listening to them, chatting and playing games with them. In an environment of love and trust that we unconditionally share with our children; We can help them grow as happy individuals by supporting them in line with their needs, by being there when they make mistakes, by teaching them the limits when necessary, by listening when they want to talk.