Today, there is an increasing number of people who feel isolated, ununderstood and excluded from society. Some explain this as a difference of opinion, but for many it is because they are different from the rest of society and feel that they cannot keep up with them. When was the last time you felt different from your community? This community can be a small group of friends or a peer group. How did this difference make you feel? Before answering these questions, have you ever had the opportunity to think about how children with specific learning disabilities feel, when there are adults who feel this way in society without having any learning disabilities? Let's talk a little bit about that.
Children with learning disabilities
- may be withdrawn around their peers,
- They may find it difficult to establish close relationships because they have difficulty expressing themselves,
- may prefer to always remain in the background in their group of friends and
- They may not be able to express themselves fully.
Therefore, they may be individuals who are complex in their own emotional world, who are worried about standing out, who struggle with feelings of inadequacy because they think they cannot express themselves adequately. In addition, we should not only think of the peer circle. Children with specific learning disabilities may not immediately adapt to the education received by their peers because their education is also special, and their emotional world may be affected in this regard. For example, a child with specific learning disabilities who receives the same education as his/her peers may feel inadequate. This feeling of inadequacy may cause him/her to worry about the future and not succeeding; he/she may feel lonely and excluded because he/she may think that he/she has to try harder than his/her peers. For this reason, parents should take the necessary precautions in the presence of competent people for these emotional states that can be exhausting for children.
What can be done to prevent special learning disabilities from affecting mood?
Of course, it is not possible to suddenly improve the emotional state of children with specific learning disabilities. However, it is possible to do so in the fastest and most efficient way. The most important measure that can be taken against specific learning disabilities is to first diagnose it and then, with the help of competent people, to minimize this difficulty as much as possible. In this way, your child's self-confidence will be restored. With the restoration of self-confidence, negative feelings such as anxiety about the future and worries about competence will end and your child will begin to see himself/herself as a visible individual in society. For this reason, you should neither worry about these feelings yourself nor allow your child to struggle with this negativity, because this situation can be corrected with special education.
For all these reasons, you can contact us so that your child can become a healthy adult in the future and not let learning disabilities affect your child's mood and behavior.
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