You probably noticed that your child is taken away from the toy, and he cries because of this, doing nothing. It's time to think about how to teach your child to stand up for themselves. But, at the same time, it is worth remembering that every child has his own temperament, therefore, for some children, giving back is the norm, and for others it is a step through oneself.
The most important thing is not to go too far. Often times, parents, especially fathers, recommend the child to hit first. Such advice can destroy the child's communication with peers and will definitely not teach the baby to stand up for himself, because a child with a reputation as a fighter is unlikely to make reliable friends. Before school, his parents will keep away from him and take the children away, and at school he will also have problems with the teacher.
In addition, not all children accept this method of problem solving. For example, if he initially does not like to fight, then he will no longer seek help from his parents who advise him to fight back, but will begin to hide such situations from them, accumulating resentment at everything and everyone.
First you need to find out from the child his vision of the situation and the degree of his resentment. It is quite possible that the incident went completely unnoticed for him, and the parents are trying to inflate problems out of this incident. In this case, there is no need to focus the child's attention or insist that someone humiliated him, all the situations on which parents and children focus their attention look completely different.
How can you help a child? At a young age, the child must be protected by himself, do not go too far and try to always have kind children next to the child. Try to teach your child to express dissatisfaction with a phrase like "It's not nice to fight, nobody does this in our country, because nobody is friends with such children." It is extremely important that the child does not accumulate resentment, but reprimands it to the offenders. Observe the play and, if necessary, take the child to a safe distance.
If talking doesn't help, invite your child to pinch the abuser next time. There will be no harm, but the child will understand that he can stand up for himself.
It also makes sense to give the child to the sports section so that he has more confidence in his abilities.