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Therapy – a new method of raising children

The therapy is becoming increasingly popular methods of influence on the younger generation. The tale will help to overcome shyness and whims of the child. After reading the tale, he will learn to distinguish good from bad, learning to empathize and to seek justice.

For centuries among our parents argued: without belt child not to educate. Such “soldier” methods became really popular, and even today, in an intellectually advanced society, common among many parents. But, abroad for many years, promote the upbringing of children without the use of physical or moral pressure. Now this trend is becoming popular among our parents.

The tale is a language that the child understands

The therapy is, by saying “scientific” attempt to objectify the problem situation, or in other words – this good fairy-tale upbringing in an atmosphere where dreams become reality, where there is anticipation of a miracle, justice and kindness in the world. This helps the child to overcome your fears, and most importantly – gives the child a sense of confidence and security.

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