January 13, 2022
The world is witnessing Omicron infection and increased possibilities for lockdown are knocking on our doors. Our children, as usual, are not very much aware of the future condition and are very prone to hook up with sudden changes in their lifestyle. Now, it is so how it adversely affects their mindset, and staying at home for a very long time is actually making them patientless and agitated.
Believe it or not, the rise in cases of domestic violence, anxiety, and depression came through the Corona lockdown, and a large number of these cases were found among the children and teenagers of the age group 15 to 24 years.
Why is this happening?
Is there any way out of this?
Child & Changed mentality -
As a parent, your child is your ultimate responsibility. You don't want anything to happen to them, at least in front of your eyes. But when it comes to mental stability, most people actually can't see but feel. So if your child is going through a tough phase of their life, these are the ways you can figure out their actual problem.
Child Depression - 5 ways finding the problem
Well, it's not any rocket science to know about your own child's mental state. Especially mothers tend to be very emotionally sensitive towards their babies.
1. Is your child looking sad mostly?
One main thing about children is, they are not that mature to hide their real emotions about something, be it happiness or sorrow. Children have tender hearts and if they see, sense, or feel something very different, it has a great effect on their hearts and emotions. So if your child appears to be silent, sad, or somehow uninterested in comparison to their everyday routine, then something is wrong for sure…
2. They want to be left alone -
Can you hear happy talks less often from your child these days? If yes, then maybe it's because your child wants to be left alone more and more. It can be because of anything, but maybe they are unable to express themselves in front of anyone, or they are feeling insecure because of something. You need to talk to your child regarding the feeling they're fighting with.
3. They get irritated/violent on small matters -
Very much it can be because of the technology trends of playing violent games. But if you find your child getting agitated even on small matters, then it's an alarm about their changing mental condition and the way your kids are looking at their surroundings. Violence is condemned at every firm, and especially when children fight and get injured, it can be as inhumane to you as their parents.
4. Not being able to perform well in everyday life -
If your child is hurt emotionally, the first effect where you can see is, they are unable to do their everyday tasks allocated for them. For example, if your boy studies well, then a slight decline in their progress report, lesser marks in their favorite subjects, disinterest in sports, not eating food well, no workout, no talks, etc. They may be found taking their names back from their most loved events, as they seem very much captured up with people all around them.
5. Lost Confidence -
Can you find your painter kid not even drawing anything from recent weeks? Or your baby girl who loves music so much tends not to listen even to her favorite song? Not doing their most fond of activities is a sign your child or teenager heartthrob may be losing their confidence in themselves. Increased pressure on children for performing well in Academics, sports, personal & social life can make some world winning characters, but the levels of struggle can break some less capable hearts, on the other side. So, take care of your child if they are starting to doubt themselves.
Flowers and children have been distinguished because of the beauty and innocent essence they both have. Children are the future of every country and people must keep their next-generation healthy, safe and secure. Leaving them alone to struggle on their own is not the solution always, you have to keep an eagle on your physical, mental, and emotional ongoings on a day-to-day basis. If you need it, you must also take help from a professional mental health expert for more detailed assistance on your child's mental health.