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
Put on the first number
Our traditional upbringing is built on the fact that a child can, and sometimes needs to be spanked for offense. Or – put in the corner. Or – whip a towel lower back. Well, who did not go through this in childhood? But with the punishment of children, things are not so simp.
Slaps and cuffs show the child that beating is normal. Especially when a big one hits a small one, a strong one hits a weak one. Children begin to think that any problem can be solved with the help of force, and in the future they will resort to it in relations with their peers, spouses, and their own children. Continue reading
10 tips for successful parenting
It is important to develop in the child internal motivation to increase self-esteem and help him feel loved. If our children are brought up in this vein, then they will not need drugs, weapons or sex for self-affirmation.
We offer you tips based on proven methods of education:
(1) Quality of communication
Your child’s self-assessment largely depends not on how much time you spend with him, but on the quality of your communication. Continue reading