NEWBORN IS NOT AFRAID OF ANYTHING

In addition, increased anxiety may be a character trait

When a child is born, he fears nothing, fearlessly explores the world. Where, then, do adults have anxieties and fears?

This is not entirely true. The child knows both the feeling of fear and the feeling of horror. Another thing is that it may not always be associated with a particular cause or object. Psychologists have noticed, for example, unwanted children or those who were born with birth trauma, often feel inexplicable anxiety, fear, distrust. A person can not remember what happened to him in the first days of his life. This problem went into the subconscious, but it affects his daily behavior, his attitude to the world and other people. To discover its causes and deal with them it’s only possible with the help of a specialist.

In addition, increased anxiety may be a character trait, due to the specifics of education in the family. For example, an anxious and restless mother is more likely to “teach” to be anxious to her child, who, most likely, is also imbued with the idea that the world is full of dangers. Anxiety can also be the result of a series of cases of negative experience, when a child, and sometimes an older person, experienced several serious failures in a row that had shaken his self-confidence or had hit him hard on his self-image. Such a person often lives scary.

There are other reasons. We all live in society, which means that we voluntarily or unwittingly become infected with the emotional background that dominates in this society. If there is a lot of unpredictability in society, there is no stability, values are blurred, many anxious expectations, all this inevitably affects our emotional state. It is impossible to deny the influence on the psyche of the information field. In America, an interesting experiment was made. The scientist noticed that during school holidays the number of accidents involving children increases from year to year. He suggested to local media throughout the summer to actively write that active preventive work was conducted among schoolchildren, which means that fewer accidents are expected. The results surprised all: the children this year are much less likely to get into an accident.

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