Children from birth already have a temperament well-marked. Several psychological studies have determined that there are three types of temperament in infants: easy, difficult, and the apathetic. Although all of them have different types of intensity, sometimes, can have a mixture of several.
Babies with temperament easy
- Their habits are repeated at the time of sleeping or eating.
- Can be calm to crying more easily, since your driving is predictable.
- You do not have problems of adaptation when there is any change that affects you.
- Smile for everything.
- They are charismatic.
Babies with difficult temperament
- Don't smile with ease.
- Not adapt quickly to changes.
- Babies who have a difficult temperament may become irritated by everything.
- These children require high doses of patience on the part of the parents.
- All your environment has to be structured and the changes should be introduced systematically and applied.
Babies with temperament apathetic
- They tend to be a few quiet babies.
- Not the arman tantrums.
- They are not very sociable and find it difficult to smile.
- You may feel a lack of interest in the outside world, but this could change if the parents manage to stimulate them properly.
The important thing to learn to know your child
- To know what is the temperament of your baby can help you to pay attention to really needs for their psychomotor development.
- If you learn to know your baby, you can come to influence the development of one's own temperament, to achieve an improvement.
- It is important to strengthen links between parents and children, and that this will become a good channel of mediation.
- If you want your baby to adjust to your temperament you'll need to do so in a patient and consistent.
- To impose an order on a child of difficult temperament is not advisable, since small children may feel discomfort in the way to send them.