When a child goes to school, it may be a relief for you that he communicates more with his peers, especially if you work. On the other hand, spending too much time apart, you move away from each other. You may not notice this yet, but your influence on the child is already beginning to weaken and in his behavior he is increasingly taking an example from classmates and friends.
Your goal for the next few years is to build a strong relationship with your child that will counterbalance peer influence. When a child goes into adolescence, this foundation will be very important.
So, what should a school-raising strategy include?
1. Keep in touch with your child Continue reading
Every year of his life affects the life of a child. However, the first six years are the most important for personality development. At this age, events occur that can cause a feeling of resentment for many years.
In some cases, we may be offended by parents who did not care about us when we were most vulnerable and dependent on them. In other cases – to hold a grudge against parents who abandoned us or did not perform parental duties well enough. Resentments that appear at a later age have deeper reasons, but are strikingly similar to those that arose during the first six years of life.
The problem is that resentment against others harms the person who is experiencing it. Consciously or not, the person repeats the thoughts that offended him again and again in his thoughts. He is trying to cope with this event, and it is detrimental to his well-being.
Working with a psychologist can help: Continue reading
Both children and parents are looking forward to the end of the school year and the start of the holidays. But when the holidays begin, children often do not know what to do. Most often, their entertainment is a TV or computer. Children watch TV or play computer games because of boredom, but soon these activities will turn into a real addiction.
Watching movies or TV shows is rarely complete without having a bite to eat. Children crackle with chips or popcorn in front of TV screens, and for parents this becomes a cause for concern. They often ask themselves: “Maybe this is our fault? Perhaps we are doing something wrong? ”And, indeed, children often borrow from their parents the habit of eating in front of the TV screen. Therefore, parents themselves must adhere to the rules of a healthy diet before teaching them a child. Continue reading