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Aggression in young children

Many children go through a period between two and four years – when the beats and biting is a form of communication, often the only one to Express this or that in their condition, for example: “I am angry” or “I want this.” Not having even the power of speech and, thus, not knowing how else to Express their wishes and requests, they tend to resort to using his fists or sharp baby teeth. Despite the fact that this is a normal stage of child development, such aggressiveness can turn into a habit. Children who, growing up, learn to suppress their aggression and to communicate with others using oral speech, often become real fighters. Through the fights, the children can produce their own things to which they aspire, but it will make them outcasts in the children’s company and other kids will be afraid of them.

If your child is in this phase of development, he may soon pass her. To bring this point (and to help protect other children!), you can use the tips that will help your child get rid of aggressive habits.

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Motherhood – contradictory happiness

“Today, we will become a mother…”. This phrase is thrown by an obstetrician-gynecologist in prenatal ward, sobered me. Now that’s a different countdown, now will start a new life, both literally and figuratively. I will not describe how I became a mother physically. In this case I want to consider the psychological aspect of my new life.

What is motherhood?

Motherhood is a controversial happiness. How would not like to say so, but this phrase stuck in my head for a long time. Motherhood is happiness! Happiness! Happiness! This is a boundless, overwhelming feeling. So what are the contradictions. I fiercely love my children, but something is getting me down, and It came after the birth of children. At least I thought so.

Actually, the contradictions begin long before birth. Every woman has a certain fear, staring at the test for pregnancy determination, regardless of what she expects to see there. Whether the fear of what her hopes again are not met, and ahead of another long night of loneliness, or the fear of new life that already beats you’ve got a heart, or simply fear of the reluctance of the appearance of life itself.

However, the nature, as a result, takes over, and gradually the fear is replaced by joy, and the woman begins to get used to his new position. There begins her new, exciting Continue reading

The social situation of development of the preschool child

The most important personal mechanism formed in the preschool period, is the subordination of motives. Previously, if several desires arise at the same time, the child was in an almost intractable situation for him of choice. Gradually motives preschooler get a different effect and significance. Already in preschool age, the child is relatively easy to make a decision in a situation of choice.

Undemanding—discipline. 2. Soft—strictness. 3. Autonomy—control. 4. Emotional distance—closeness. 5. The rejection—acceptance. 6. The lack of cooperation—cooperation. 7. Anxiety for the child. 8. Inconsistency is the consistency. 9. Educational confrontation in the family. 10. Satisfaction with the relationship with the child. To interpret the data

t despite the importance of cognitive development, a child’s harmonious development is impossible without an emotional relationship to the environment. For early childhood characterized by generally quiet emotion, the absence of strong affective outbursts and conflicts for minor reasons. But this doesn’t Continue reading

Accounting foster family
The child must live in the family. If not, you'll need to find a new one. With this setting today employs experts of bodies of guardianship and guardianship of the…

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A variety of parenting techniques, parents can apply depending on the characteristics, behaviour and age of the child. To apply and to choose the methods of parents depends on their…

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School of adoptive parents
The school of adoptive parents (PDS) are courses of development of competencies for foster parents. The task of the School is to help adoptive parents understand their feelings and intentions;…

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