How to deal with a child’s anxiety after the holidays
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…

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The negative impact of advertising on the child
Today, people are subject to a huge selection of goods, and therefore their manufacturers are trying to offer products that stand out from the rest. Companies spend a lot of…

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Quality time with family and work
Even if you are busy at work during the day, spending quality time with your family is easier than it seems at first glance. Simple, but meaningful things (such as…

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Even if an older child

Changes occurring with adolescents

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

“You love my brother more than me”

Anna, the mother of two children, says: “Every day after work, I go to the store to buy groceries and necessary things. At home, I begin to spread my purchases. My four-year-old son Nikita likes to watch this lesson. Having seen among the purchases diapers intended for the youngest child, he starts shouting: “You always buy something for Sasha, but for me – nothing! It’s not fair!”

If there are two or more children in a family, parents often hear the phrase: “This is dishonest!” This can happen because you read the tales to the youngest child longer, allowed him to sleep longer in the morning, or gave him one cookie more than the older one. Children constantly consider how much sweets you give them and their brothers or sisters. They compare who you love more.

Parents find it difficult to cope with this rivalry between children, because adults begin to doubt whether they treat their children fairly (although in reality they try their best to be impartial). The desire to please both children puts great pressure on them. Parents also worry about the fact that the children do not like each other, and really want the children to get along with each other. Continue reading

Helping a child experiencing a panic attack
When I was in first grade, I rode a bicycle with friends. Suddenly the wheel of my bike hit a stone. I flew over the steering wheel and fell, hitting…

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The art of alternating toys
Even if your child has a full box of toys, sooner or later they will bore him. After a while, he will stop playing with them and will look for…

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Children learn love by watching their parents.
Children always learn by observing those around them, especially their parents, and, like a sponge, absorb all the behaviors that they notice about their father and mother. Everything that children…

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How to deal with an uncontrolled child
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…

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