Is your child genius or “ordinary”?
Of course, every parent believes that his child is “the very-best.” The smartest, smartest, most artistic. Why should there be no secret? Just brilliant. This is all the more I want to believe because we live in an age of competition, when it is believed that the one who knows more can win. In fact, psychologists say, the key to a child’s future success does not lie in good learning and all-round knowledge. What is it? In realistic expectations of his parents!
“The drama club, the circle on the photo, and I still sing hunting” Continue reading
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