It happens every spring. High school seniors are worried that they won’t be able to go to University. From them you can often hear the phrase: “I’m so ordinary, and my classmates are so talented.” Surprisingly, but so say as
students with average and sufficient, and with a high level of academic achievement.
The idea that they will not be able to enter a good University, cause graduates a lot of stress. Their negative emotions are so strong that they may even say, ” I’d Rather be hit by a bus and go to the hospital than be so anxious.”
In such situations, stress is felt not only by graduates, but also by parents. Continue reading
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 their parents. Parents play an important role in the development of self-awareness of the child.
One of the most important tasks that parents face is to understand the psychology of their child. Of course, you don’t have to get a psychological education to do that. However, you should know some simple things about a child: what they like and what they don’t like; what makes them cry and what makes them laugh; what motivates them and what makes them suffer. Continue reading