a parental scandal
DOES PARENTS REQUIRE TO REACH A CHILDREN’S OBEDIENCE?
We adults often envy those with obedient children. Just think – they implicitly sit down for lessons, put their things in place, do not argue with parents at every step! This is just some pipe dream of most dads and mothers who are forced to tame a tomboy every day instead of relaxing with their family. Indeed, sometimes the child does not obey. Tired after a full day’s care, parents can hardly withstand an irrational protest against any of their proposals. What if children do not obey their parents? How to make peace reign in the family?
WHY CHILDREN DO NOT LISTEN TO THEIR PARENTS?
From the point of view of an adult, it is natural to obey the parents who gave you life and provide you with livelihoods. Continue reading
HOW TO DO LESSONS WITH THE FIRST-CLASS MEMBER?
Sooner or later, every parent faces a system of modern education. But mothers and fathers forget that the current education is different from what it was before.
How to make your child begin to better analyze the information received and begin to reach for new knowledge?
Many parents consider their first grader to be a baby and prefer to control every step: they hang a kite over him during homework, make them rewrite the task cleanly, if there is even a small blot, they collect their briefcase themselves or check many times how the child did it.
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ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO GROW PSYCHOLOGICALLY ADULTS
WHAT IS INFANTILISM?
Infantilism is defined as the preservation of the characteristics inherent in childhood in the psyche and behavior of an adult. The term “infantilism” (infantilismus) itself came from the Latin word “infantilis”, which means “infant, child” or from “infans” – non-speaking.
Still infantilism can be defined as immaturity in development, that is, an infantile person is inherently an immature person.
Infantilism in children is the preservation in their psyche and behavior of the characteristics characteristic of an earlier stage of mental development. Continue reading