Besides that, you may also find children who have two different characters. For example, when he is in a family environment, the child tends to be more cheerful and cheerful, while when he is exposed to his environment his attitude suddenly changes to be shy and quiet.
So what makes them have such character and attitude? Do the parenting factors determine the character of a child? We find out the answer. Generally, the character building of a child will be influenced by several things including the attitude of the parents and the family environment.
Well, for more details, we refer to the reviews below.
1. Parents’ Attitudes
The first thing that has the most influence on determining the formation of the basic character of a child starts from the attitude of the parents. This is because parents are the closest relatives who spend most of the time with their children. The attitude of parents in educating children and communicating with children will certainly give their children their own character. Thus, good communication should be built between children and parents. In addition, be a good role model for children, because children are more likely to imitate all the attitudes and attitudes of their parents. In addition, the openness between children and parents will also provide positive things for children’s development.
2. Social Environment
Most of us will find cases where the attitude of a child is different, when he is in his family, the attitude of the child tends to be more open and more cheerful and active. This is different when children are in their environment, especially if they are in a new environment. But actually, it would be better if the child can be open to his environment, both his new environment and his old environment, but the open intent here is still within certain limits. Thus, do not let children be too open with their environment, but closed with their family environment or vice versa, because this will have a bad impact on the child because it will result in an imbalance in the child’s attitude when he grows up.
3. The Environment of the Family
Apart from parents, factors that will also influence the determinants of the character formation of a child are also influenced by factors from the family environment. In some cases it was found, that some children will tend to be closer to one of the families of their parents. For this, it is best to balance the closeness to the maternal and paternal family. However, one thing that is also important to remember, don’t let one of your family members become more dominant in their attitude towards the child. Because after all, in a large family there will be conflicts between one small family and another small family.
Thus, in essence, the attitude of the parents, the social environment of the child and the family environment will be very important for the formation of a child’s personality. For this reason, caring for and educating children to be able to balance their attitudes will be good assets to form good children’s character.