The Importance Of A Non-Verbal Sign To Communicate With Your Baby
Even if your child is the most talkative of the lot, sometimes he may become silent when he is angry or upset. There are non-verbal signs and cues that you should understand. Similarly, when your child does something wrong, instead of yelling at him or losing your cool in front of him, have a non-verbal sign to let him know that you are upset. He might not be listening to you when he is angry or upset. So a non-verbal sign would reach out to him better, to let him know that he is somewhere going wrong.