Education and Learning

Study fear

7 to 11 years

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Updated on Oct 13, 2020

My daughter is 10 years old. I have put a lot of pressure on her studies from a little age. Now I understand that. Is it too late? Now she does not want to read only for 15 minutes . How can I remove her fear of studies?

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| Oct 13, 2020

Hi Rimjhim Roy ! You can start afresh. make studies interesting. dont nag her to study instead reward her for studying for even 15 minutes to even begin with once again. similarly don't punish her for not studying ,instead make a time table in which she herself decides when to study. this freedom of deciding when to study and how much to study in a day would again make her interested and gradually as she would start enjoying, she would not shy away from studies. Here is a blog you might find useful. Blogs- Blogs- https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-help-your-child-structure-their-day-during-lockdown/5485

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| Oct 13, 2020

Hi Rimjhim Roy ! We should never put pressure on child for studies. As every child has its own capabilities and oen intelligence levels. Definitely we should boost it but never force. We should always convince them with love. And I am sure that they will also try to do their best if we will handle it properly. Because you have put unnecessary pressure in early age now at the actual studying age she is refusing to study. Now you have to act very carefully. First ofall find her interest levels. Which subject or which activities other than studies she loves. Giving those things first priority let her decide her own time table. I am sure if she will do little studies also with full heartedly she will get awesome results. Let her enjoy every moment of life. Some times if she doesn't want to study no matter. You just take it lightly. Gradually looking at your attitude she will definitely understand her responsibility. But all these things will not happen overnight. You have to dedicate time for her. Don't forget to appreciate her for even small dids.

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