Anger management tips for Teens
Adolescence is one of the most difficult periods in a person's life. The body changes a lot in adolescence, you experience feelings that you can't explain. One of those feelings…

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Lying can be evidence of intelligence
Lying is quite common in children. However, this requires their efforts and quick thinking. Children learn to lie at the age of 2 years, but only at an older age…

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Relationship between parents and children
Traditions and rules in different families differ from each other. For example, the connection between you and your children can be very different from the one you see in the…

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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 longer a child. This period can be extremely confusing for the child and, as a consequence, lead him to irrational actions.

As parents, you will always strive to understand how your child feels and help him. It will be easier for you to achieve this, knowing what social changes are happening to him.

Social changes in puberty

Consider the most important social changes that occur with boys and girls in puberty.

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Development of Executive functions in children
Executive functions are the cognitive skills that we need in order to control and regulate their thoughts, emotions and actions in moments of conflict or under the influence of distractions.…

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How to cope with children's tantrums
Children's tantrums terrify parents. However, this is an integral part of childhood, and parents can not do anything about it. Faced with childish tantrums, you can lose your temper. This…

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My child goes to the garden: how to help him adapt?
Living in a family, the child learns the unwritten rules of its functioning: who is responsible for what, to whom you can come for a hug, and to whom-with a…

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My child goes to the garden: how to help him adapt?
Living in a family, the child learns the unwritten rules of its functioning: who is responsible for what, to whom you can come for a hug, and to whom-with a…

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