Graphology for children

Graphology: A Road to Positive Parenting 

As parents, it is natural to worry about the well-being of our children. So we try to engage them in various activities to keep them active. To promote positive parenting many fun-filled activities will enhance your child"s prowess and also improve the bond. 

Here"s what you can do, to help them engage in a creative activity without overwhelming them. Graphology is one of the effective methods which is proven to help in improving the learning process, de-stress, concentration and enhancing the mental wellness of the children. 

Here are a few reasons why children must engage themselves in graphology and how it will benefit them. 

Express better:

Many children have a lot to say but cannot express what"s in their minds. There is a possibility that they could be under some form of pressure or a block which is stopping them from expressing their thoughts or views. Communication is essential for bonding and blossoming, graphology will help in clearing out the clutter in their minds and enables clarity of thought. 

Analyze their personality:

Sometimes, understanding the behavioral patterns and personalities of your children can be hard. Graphology helps in understanding your child"s behavior by reading the patterns of their handwriting. For example, Psychologists say that introverted children write in smaller fonts while extroverted children write in larger fonts. Different personalities have different writing styles and handwriting, when you notice this, you will be able to work with your child without imposing anything or being invasive. 

Stress Buster: 

As established earlier, graphology helps in clearing the clutter in the minds of children. We are often mistaken that children usually live a stress-free life but that"s far from reality. Several factors such as academics, projects, peer pressure, bullying, etc can be the cause of stress among children. Engaging in graphology brings clarity of thought, thereby reducing the considerable amount of stress. 

Enhances creativity:

In graphology, there are several exercises and ways to write alphabets in different ways, cursive is one such example. With several simple yet effective exercises involved, it sharpens the ability to grasp and also aids the children to think differently. Psychologists say that the movement of hands and thoughts are interconnected, doing the graphology exercises sharpens the mind, thereby enhancing creative prowess. 

Aid bonding:

When parents involve themselves in this activity, they get to understand their children better. When interacting with their children, they will get to know what truly lies in their child"s minds. Therefore, not only graphology, when parents participate in any activity along with their children, bonding happens naturally or gradually. 

Understand their feelings:

Through graphology, one can understand what the child is going through. As stated in the first point, some children have difficulty expressing themselves. If something is bothering them or if they are hiding something, analyzing their handwriting will help them understand what they are going through. However, it"s imperative that analyzing handwriting alone is not enough, parents must communicate with their children, and only then this activity will aid in bonding. Once the bond is established, helping your children in overcoming their fears, emotions, etc. is not far away. 

There are several ways in which graphology can aid positive parenting. However, it is the participation of parents that helps in empowering their children and aiding in their overall development. Graphology has been said to be a proven method to understand the child better and help them overcome their shortcomings. However, parents and teachers also need to realize that not all children are the same and should be approached differently when it comes to grooming them. 

With this, we can safely conclude that graphology works wonders not only in developing skills among children but ensuring positive parenting which elevates the bonding with the children.