Introverted child: 15 things to know
You are confused by your child's behavior. He doesn't behave like you. He is reserved and indecisive. Instead of playing with his peers, he prefers to stand on the sidelines…

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Formation of self-perception of teenagers
Until recently, it was believed that adolescents independently come to self-determination of their personality in the process of mental and social development. However, recent studies have shown that parents play…

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Changes happening to teenagers
Puberty is the time of transition from childhood to adulthood, during which the child experiences emotional turmoil and physical changes. He is not yet an adult, but he is no…

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Harm of verbal violence to a child

Imagine yourself as a child being threatened or yelled at because of a small mistake. How would you feel in such a situation? Shame? Humiliation? Fear of making another mistake and being punished for it? Would you feel that you were not loved?

Verbal abuse, or simply verbal abuse, is one of the most common forms of child abuse. And parents often ignore this, passing off verbal abuse as “disciplining” or ” strict displays of love.” Consider what will be the consequences of verbal violence in the short and long term.

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How teenagers cope with stress

Research shows that today’s teenagers experience more stress than adults. And this fact is alarming for parents. Teenage stress is a common phenomenon, and it needs to be dealt with. Despite the fact that teenagers have many reasons for stress, it is possible to cope with it. Parents, having shown a little patience, are able to help their child with this.

What is teenage stress

Imagine such a situation. Your child will have a responsible exam. He has exactly a week to prepare. All this time, and he, and most likely you will experience anxiety, irritability, anger and other similar feelings. Before the exam itself, a teenager may have a strong excitement. He is so afraid of getting a bad grade that he wants to run away rather than take this exam. This is stress. Continue reading

Helping a child experiencing a panic attack
When I was in first grade, I used to ride a bike with my friends. Suddenly the wheel of my Bicycle hit a rock. I went over the steering wheel…

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How to understand a child's nonverbal cues
Many parents of young children are upset because they do not understand their nonverbal signals. Despite the fact that usually children by the age of two already know about 200…

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How to strengthen the emotional connection with the child
The emotional bond between parents and child is the key to a trusting and loving relationship. The attachment of a child to his parents is not a given, but a…

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13 tips to better understand the psychology of children
Sigmund Freud argued that children are initially driven by instincts and selfish motives. Gradually, they adapt to the conditions of the world around them, assimilating the values and rules of…

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