The puberty period is the time of transition from childhood to adulthood, during which the child experiences emotional upheaval and physical changes. He is not an adult yet, but he can no longer be called a child. This period can be extremely confusing for the child and, as a result, 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 during puberty
Consider the most important social changes that occur with boys and girls during the puberty. Continue reading
There are many ways to control a child, and as parents, you probably know that well. Surely you have the rules and consequences that you set for the child.
But sometimes children get completely out of control. This enrages parents and, naturally, causes them concern. If you are familiar with this situation, do not rush to despair. In this article, we will look at some tips on how to deal with an uncontrolled child.
Reasons for a child to get out of control
There may be many reasons why a child may become uncontrollable. Here are some of them:
the child requires attention, not feeling loved and confident enough; Continue reading
Many parents and even some children are happy to accept the start of a new school year. If a child can easily get up at 6 a.m., if he likes to learn lessons, he is probably looking forward to the start of a new school year. He is waiting for a meeting with classmates and lessons in which he can learn something new.
However, not all children like to go to school. For those children who do not like to learn and get up early, the beginning of the school year causes severe stress and negative emotions – anxiety, frustration and fear.
To cope with such negative emotions, you must first find out what exactly caused them. Unfortunately, people do not understand the true reasons for their feelings. If the child does not like going to school, he says: “They don’t teach me anything there,” “Teacher doesn’t love me,” etc. With the help of such phrases he protects himself from negative feelings about what can happen at school. Continue reading