OMIT : ” fail or neglect to do something; leave something not done, not include….”

A lot of boys hide their bruises or omit to inform their parents when they have a bleeding! why? most of them tell me that they are afraid of their parents’ reactions that vary from irritation, annoyance, nervousism, sadness and anxiety.

Until the age of 5 (more or less) the boy isn’t responsible for falling or use wrongly an object so if he gets hurt it is a good moment to explain things calmly…and reassure him that he will receive the proper medication right away.

And asking What for do you omit ? is an interesting question.

You ‘ll be surprised to hear that most kids don’t tell because they feel they bother their parents who are working hard, are tired, with no extra money to get to the hospital….

Kids have a big range of feelings, thoughts that WE adults have to discover and understand. 🙂

O como OMITIR :” ato de não mencionar algo, de reter informação e não dizer…”

Muitos meninos não comentam , escondem de seus pais quando se machucam. Demoram muito para contar ou são os pais que descobrem quando eles percebem que ele está mancando ou com dor!

Sabemos que ser tratado o mais rápido possível é muito importante para prevenir sequelas articulare.

Más PORQUÊ a criança esconde?? muitos dizem que é porque têm mêdo das reações dos pais!

reações que vão desde ficar bravos, ficar chateados, ficar angustiados….

Os pais têm de saber que até os 5 anos de idade (mais ou menos) a criança não é responsável de cair, ou machucarse se usou mal um brinquedo por exemplo.

Mas se perguntamos para a criança PARA QUê demorar para falar, ou para quê não contar? sabem o que elas respondem: é para não incomodar os pais, para não ser um peso na vida deles…porque eles sabem o quanto os pais trabalham duro, têm as vezes problemas financieiros…

Acho importante como educadores aproveitar a hora do machucado para explicar calmamente de que maneira evitar futuros dodóis e tentar entender os múltiplos sentimentos e idéias que nossos filhos têm! 🙂

About frederica cassis

My name is Frederica Dillen CASSIS, born of a Belgium mother and an Egyptian father, on the 3rd of January 1966 in Brussels, Belgium. I´ve travelled a lot, lived in many countries. Brazil is my seventh country and i live in Sao Paulo for 19 years now. Graduated in Clinical Psychology in 1991, I specialized in Junguian Psychology and in Hemophilia since then. LATEST PROJECTS: 1) Launching IN-HEMOACTION flash cards, where I added new topics like Inhibitors and their different treatments, physiotherapy and a some playful activities like video games! 2) HERO (Hemophilia Experiences Results and Opportunities) sponsored by Novo Nordisk since 2009, exploring through qualitative and quantitative analysis the psychosocial issues involving People with hemophilia, their carers and the health professionals in the treatment process. check this project in my blog Now, HERO is in Brazil! soon the results will be available. 2) P-TET (Pediatric Thrombosis Educational Tool) flash cards in evolution stage, for kids on anti-coagulant treatment...inspired on IN-HEMOACTION flashcards success. 3) I am a co-author along with psychologist Irene Fuchs and Edward Kuebler of a booklet called "Communication, love and sexuality for people with hemophilia, carriers and family" 4) an on going process of a systematic review for the Cochrane Collaboration about "psychological interventions for people with hemophilia and their families" On a more personal level i have 3 three great not anymore children :) Danaê 24, Rubi 18 and Iggy 15) and i love to jogg, dance and read. To walk and look for shells on a beach too and I discover that i love deserts...:)

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  1. frederica says:

    I ‘ll work more with little ones
    again tis new year 09… 🙂

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