Mom, play with me!
Mama! The most beautiful word on earth! The most affectionate, most dear. Once you yourself babbled him, looking at the sweet face of the one you saw first in your…

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A study on how holidays affect the development of children
We remember school summer holidays as a happy and carefree time when you can forget about school and enjoy freedom to the fullest. Scientists confirm: summer holidays are a great…

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How to teach a child to be friends

Often, many parents notice that their child is lonely. In the yard he plays away from the other guys. None of the children come to his house. He himself also does not want to go to someone from classmates after school. Why the child does not need to communicate with other peers? How to teach him to be friends, and what is the reason for his isolation in society?

Reasons for loneliness

It’s okay, many parents think. But therein lies a big problem that needs to be addressed as quickly as possible, while the child is still small. If he does not learn to communicate freely in childhood, then later, in adulthood, he will be much more difficult. Continue reading

What to do with the child in bad weather?
This children's masturbation has always been and remains for parents delicate, difficult and deep. First of all, it is connected with the sexual identity and sexuality of the parents themselves.…

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How to teach a child to independently perform the lessons. Councils of a famous psychologist.
If you don’t want to supervise the implementation of your student’s lessons before graduation, then you should make every effort from the first grades so that the child understands how…

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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…

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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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