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Many parents play with young children after a busy day to relieve stress. But do you realize that young children are also stressed?
Today, stress is an integral part of our lives. Chronic stress can trigger diseases such as diabetes, asthma, depression, arthritis, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. So stress manifests itself in adults.
In young children, stress manifestations of stress are primarily associated with behavioral problems: the child becomes moody or has difficulty learning. Sometimes stress in young children can lead to enuresis. If your child has these or other symptoms of stress, know: you can help him. How exactly – let’s try to figure it out.
Causes of Stress in Preschoolers Continue reading
There is one magic word that helps parents cope with situations when a child experiences complex emotions. You probably thought of such words as “love”, “caring”, etc., but this is a different word. It is usually not paid attention to, because it refers to auxiliary words. But, note, has great power in raising children.
This is the word “and.” His power becomes visible when you replace him with the word “but.” The word “but” denies any point of view, and the word “and” adds certain nuances to it.
Consider how building phrases that you pronounce to your child can change their meaning.
1. “I understand that your brother offended you, and I am glad that you told me this” and “I understand that your brother offended you, but I am glad that you told me this.” Continue reading
Intelligence is the guarantee that a child will be able to succeed in life in the future. In addition, intelligence plays an important role in ensuring the mental health of the child. You can help him maximize his cognitive abilities and become smarter than his peers.
There are simple exercises that will help your baby become a second Einstein. Let’s consider some of them.
1. “Cross slopes”
This exercise will allow the child to get rid of unnecessary stress. As a result, he will be able to better focus on his studies.
The child should tilt his left hand to his right foot and vice versa.
Slow side-to-side movements improve the child’s attention and coordination of the cerebral hemispheres. Continue reading