URGENCY OF PARENT’S INVOLVEMENT IN BUILDING PRESCHOOLERS’S PEACE OF MIND
Saputra, Wahyu Nanda Eka
Rohmadheny, Prima Suci
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Preschoolers (5-6 years old) are children who are still in the early age range. Bullying and violence (child abuse) events become an important issue that needs to be of great interest after much news about both. Being the subject of bullying and child abuse, of course the child will bring up a variety of responses one of them aggression behavior. A difficult thing for an individual including a parent to be able to control everything that comes from outside the child, but building a fortress of strength from within the child is the most likely thing to do. One effort that requires a strong role of the family in dealing with these issues is to build a peace of mind on the child. The mind of peace has three patterns, among which are: developing the idealist mindhumble, self-controlling, and disagree-tolerance. Parents can learn, practice, and help children to build a peace of mind with these three patterns in order for the child to remain resilient to the unpleasant treatment they receive.