That’s a bit dependent on the Situaie.Does the child in question always want to eat, or occasionally? Are it specific dishes or products that are not eaten? What is the age of the child?
We know more about Mars than what can go into the head of a child.It may be:
- Not hungry.
Maybe a smaller afternoon snack?
Can happen. Children stick their fingers everywhere, and are often something more curious than they are actually healthy for them.
Children have to taste simmay tastes, and pizza is indeed very tasty. Probeercte Find out what she was Lekket vindrn, and found them dirty. Also try to take houdrn mey their taste.
Quarrel with a boyfriend, collision with a teacher, pestetities… Prat. And, communication is just very important.
Some children may carry ern, or the TV will remain on. Eaten at the table. So no TV, smartphones, tablets, or toys at the table.
No whining and discussion about food. Just be quiet, and repeat that they are going to eat. Don’t threaten with no dessert, or promise an ice cream to SLS they allrs Opmsken. Threats do not work, and if you give them something extra after difficult eating, reward your unwanted behavior. With begking you break your own credibility and authority. Is the child naturally a difficult eater?Then Mix all the vegetables through your soup and give your child a soup to drink. So it gets his/her vitamins inside anyway. . Let a blood test check to see if there is any excess/too little of certain vitamins in the body.
If the child Is a pre-teen/teenager then I would rather think of a diet that follows that person.I would take him/her to the doctor for a blood test to absorb any deficiency/excess of certain vitamins. Don’t eat the child or do you think and crams it up in the room and then vomit over the toilet? Personally I would then use the soup trick again.
There are three possibilities:
- Whether the child is already dead
- Or that what is cooked/prepared is really not too vre……
- and/or (seriously) the child sits somewhere with it, and may need a professional to get that above water [apparently it is kept hidden for the parent (s)
The latter is of course the case, if applicable.The school/GP can be involved in the first instance, after which parents are wise to follow their advice & directions.
[Take note of the toddler/kindergarten puberty: The really young child, for the first time aware of the own I, can find out how far it can go/where the power lies/who is the boss. The latter does not even go so consciously/intentionally, but is a consequence of ‘ conquen\own place.
tnx for ATA
If there is no direct cause to be found, psyche tensions between child and mother can be the cause.
If the child consistently refuses to eat, love does not go through her mouth.Enable a good professional as soon as possible, who examines what really plays behind this power resource (not the food), which caretakers can bring to the madness (and a lot of irrevocable mistakes). Don’t expect the problem to be solved one, two, three and try to work with the professional as well as possible. Strength.
A growing child is a mini adult, in search of his/her identeit.
You don’t say how old, but I assume that he or she is communicative, why just ask respectfully?But then also really listen!
If you are sure that there is no reason for a health problem, you have to look at “what has changed since before the-not-wanting-eating period”.It may want a form of back control of itself, it is a complex story, if it is psychic. You are going to have to be brave.
What does it mean for your child?
Your child may not feel good in their skin.This may be due to bullying at school or social media.
It may also be that your child want more attention, out of it by not eating.
It may also be that your child is sick.
In Short it can be anything and it depends on the situation where your child is located mentally, physically and emotionally.