Today children are surrounded by a whole universe, which is formed on endless advertising. Computer games, comics, movie characters - all this is part of that dream factory that takes children away from the real world. The desire of a child to try to imitate someone is always natural, especially if the hero is worthy of imitation. The parents are not to blame for the fact that the heroes of the army and the Second World War were replaced by “colored” superheroes invented by someone. But it also happens that the child is too keen on this or that character, which cannot but bother the parents. It is impossible to prohibit such a desire, but the situation can be corrected if tact and wisdom are shown.
Show interest. Do not seek to wean the child from the dream, because this dream is still unattainable. More often she talks to her child on topics of interest to him, discuss his idol.
Don't take away his dream. It is a fatal mistake for many parents to say that Ninja Turtles or Spider-Man do not exist. In this way, you can cause the child's aggression, and if you also insist on your innocence, you can develop a psychological complex (if the idol does not exist, then what is firm in our world?).
Bend the stick. Take initiative when discussing his favorite character, make him an object for analysis. For example, ask a child, what would he do in a situation, what would his idol do in the same situation? Invite your child to write a story featuring their idol.
Distract his attention. Change your behavior unexpectedly by presenting him with a ball, a toy car, a dog, or playing educational games with him.
Do not limit your child in fantasies, because the passion for a superhero is extremely dangerous only when the child suffers greatly from loneliness and tries to fill the void of communication with the help of fictional characters.