Once children grow up and can talk, and many questions come to them trying to understand the reality, and mothers try to answer these questions in a simplified way that the child understands, but often they may be confused about how to answer the embarrassing questions that the child may ask to them.
In a new episode ofkids areaProfessor Amal Ghaly, educational consultant and certified positive parenting coach, explains how to answer critical questions that children ask.
Amal Ghaly stressed during the episode that it is important to answer the children’s questions and not ignore them, saying: “Let you know that children at this age have a short focus, so you do not have to tell many details.”
To answer the question “How do I get here?” Amal Ghaly said: “It is important in our words that we mention the name of our Lord more than once, so that the child understands that our Lord is the one who created everything and gradually let the speech be. I want to talk to the first child because you are happy with him and the feelings of Papa, his death and his grandfather.”
And she added, “After that, tell him that you came from a small bag like a fist, and this is growing, and I was going to the doctor to see you and hear your pulse,
And she continued, “If he told you where this bag is, tell him, Lord, prepare the girl, she will have this bag while it is under the navel, and if he told you how did you enter your belly, tell him, you were very small like a chickpea, and our Lord would grow you every day.”
And she continued, saying: “And if he told you this pill came from where, tell him it was two texts, a text from Baba and a text from Mam.
On how to answer the question, Why is Baba not pregnant?, Amal Ghaly answered, saying: “Our Lord, who created each one of us with a role in the marital relationship, and our Lord distinguished the six that she is a mother, and created her atmosphere a place called the womb, and this is what the fetus lives in, and this is not present in the man
One of the embarrassing questions that girls may ask their mothers is: “Does it work for me to marry a papa?” And in response to this question, Amal Ghaly said: “Maybe when you grow up, you choose a husband for you, as I did and chose a papa, husband Leah, and the husband does not benefit from being the father, brother, uncle and uncle. “.