TRANSITIONAL AGE AT BOYS: WHAT DO PARENTS NEED TO KNOW?
The transitional age in boys is a unique period, as a result of which the child begins to clearly understand the main boundaries between themselves, their peers and peers. At…

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SECRETS OF DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-DISCIPLINE IN A CHILD
Self-discipline is the development of a person’s inner qualities, thanks to which, by controlling current, momentary desires, one can set a goal and achieve it. Self-discipline is that important component…

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LEARNING THE ART OF DISPUTE
“Do not argue with me!” - how often we say this phrase to a child. But it's not right. The ability to argue is an important skill worth teaching your…

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fulfill his wishes

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

TRANSITIONAL AGE AT BOYS: WHAT DO PARENTS NEED TO KNOW?
The transitional age in boys is a unique period, as a result of which the child begins to clearly understand the main boundaries between themselves, their peers and peers. At…

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LITTLE CHILD AND POCKET MONEY
Do children need pocket money? This question is asked by every parent. The monetary sphere is one of the most important aspects of any person. From childhood, a child should…

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THE ROLE OF THE FATHER IN THE BOY'S LIFE
Nowadays, the role of the father in the life of the boy has become not so obvious. Moreover, diametrically opposing views on this issue can be found. But let's take…

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