Dr. Lecturer Member Elif Erol said, “Some of the parents are trying to achieve their dominance in the outside world, which they cannot control, with the control over their children. They undoubtedly do this unintentionally and without perceiving that they can harm. They try to balance their children’s lost social lives and other developmental skills by clinging to academic success,” he said.


Saying that it is not possible to talk about education without health, Dr. Lecturer Member Elif Erol, “Health is defined as a state of mental and physical well-being by the World Health Organization. Children may not have a physical problem, but they are also beaten up as spiritually as we do. Many scientific publications, cognitive in an environment that cannot be spiritually peaceful. In other words, if a child has high anxiety, fears, anger, he may show learning problems such as not understanding what he is reading, unwillingness to learn, attention and concentration disorders. From this point of view, there are numerous benefits for their children and their relationships in evaluating their current attitudes and showing the necessary flexibility. used the expressions.


Underlining that another important issue apart from the educational pressure is the fear of illness in children, Dr. Lecturer Elif Erol, its member, said:

“This fear that develops in children actually belongs to their parents. Many children replace their parents’ fear of illness. This type of children who warn those who do not wear their masks when they go out in a limited time, hesitate to touch somewhere, do not even want to approach their peers, are usually under the age of 10-12; that is, one alone. Therefore, they sometimes imitate the feelings of their parents, sometimes internalize them and perceive them as their own feelings and fear them like their parents. They borrow their parents’ spirituality until their own spirituality is sufficiently formed and in dangerous environments. In this context, it is often a sufficient and necessary condition for a parent to think and make sense of what he has borrowed to his child. “


Stating that this process was temporary, Dr. Lecturer Member Elif Erol concluded her words as follows:

“In order to help our children feel better in the pandemic, we must first support ourselves to feel good. We should find whatever method is good for us and put it at our bedside, not once or twice, we should apply to it every time: Book, music, painting, cinema, walking, writing. such as reading, listening, jumping, meditation, therapy, sports, yoga, education, dance. “

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