Your baby's psychological well-being is the foundation for their future emotional health. By avoiding these 10 psychological actions and nurturing their emotional development.

10 Psychological Things You Should Never Ever Do to Your Baby

Babies cry to communicate their needs. Don't ignore persistent crying; Check for hunger, diaper changes, or discomfort

1. Ignoring Your Baby's   Cries

Too much stimulation can stress babies and stops brain development. They need a balanced mix of play and rest for happy growth.

2. Overwhelming with Stimulation

Constantly comparing your baby's development to others can create unrealistic expectations and affect their self-esteem.

3. Comparing to Other Babies

Babies can't talk, but they express feelings through gestures and expressions. Paying attention builds emotional bonds and helps their development.

4. Ignoring Non-Verbal Hints

Your infant may find it confusing and detrimental to their emotional health if you involve them in disagreements

6. Using Baby as a Bargaining Chip

The ability of your baby to independently explore may be affected by your overprotectiveness

7. Being Overprotective

The ability of your baby to independently explore may be affected by your overprotectiveness

8. Neglecting Your Own Well-being

The ability of your infant to communicate their emotions and develop trust can be affected if you ignore their sentiment

9. Disregarding Your Baby's Feelings

Your child may become stressed and unhappy if milestones are forced

10. Pushing Too Hard for Milestones