How to support a child who has undergone bulling. Councils of a famous psychologist.
Parents should always remember that their children need their understanding and attention, and sometimes protection. After all, it happens that a child is being persecuted at school by their classmates,…

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to communicate with a teenager correctly so that everyone is happy. 7 rules for parents and children.
All parents have one common dream, so that the time has come faster when you can safely communicate with the teenager, discuss any issues and attend various events. However, many…

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9 simple ways to help your child become independent

Allow your little children independent activities, praise them and then they will succeed.

1. Encourage independence
If your baby is dressing, do not be tempted to say: “Why did you not wear this shirt?”. Say: “Well done! You dressed yourself. ”If your child made his bed, say:“ Great job! ”, But in no case:“ It still looks sloppy ”Your main goal is to encourage independence, not to clean the bedroom. Continue reading

How to support a child who has undergone bulling. Councils of a famous psychologist.
Parents should always remember that their children need their understanding and attention, and sometimes protection. After all, it happens that a child is being persecuted at school by their classmates,…

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Nurture accuracy and diligence in the child
Have you ever wondered about how interconnected such concepts as raising a child in order and diligence? The answer to this question should be obvious: accuracy and diligence can be…

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Online games that will impart good habits to children
The impact of online games on the behavior and development of children, especially on their social skills, is often a matter of concern for parents. However, scientists have made an…

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Praise as an expression of love for a child
You praised the child, but the next time you completed an assignment, you noticed that the child didn’t perform it less efficiently or, worse, didn’t ignore the assignment. “What happened?”…

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