Parents and children
  How much is written, much is said about the relationship between parents and children. And things are there. Many parents dissatisfied with their children, criticizing their actions and want…

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10 signs of a spoiled child!
  Many parents wonder: is it possible to spoil a baby at an early age? Sometimes, excessive love and care of the baby, can make him ordinary egoist. And, Yes…

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24 rules for moms of boys – the Answer to everything

1. Teach your son to put into words what he feels.

The kid can scream in frustration, to hide from embarrassment, biting excitement and crying from fear. Explain to him that it is emotions that tell the body how to behave. Show him other people who feel the same, but Express their emotions differently. Talk with your child about your own emotions. When he one day will grow, you will know the difference between rage and embarrassment, disappointment and grief, and learn to cope with their emotions and Express them intelligently, without shame and without guilt.

2. Be the biggest fan of his child.

Most likely, you will confuse your son that will start to sing his high school rock band on a family holiday or will show his baby pictures girls, to collect the most stupid (it is, of course, opinion) certificates, awards and achievements, writing in his blog that he had problems in school and so on. Most likely, he will say: “come on, mom, stop!”. He will blush, but know that there is at least one person who ALWAYS roots for him.

3. Teach your son to clean up after themselves, cook, wash socks and ironed shirts.

Maybe he’ll never come in handy, but one day his wife will be grateful to you.

4. Read to him and with him.

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Foster child: fears and doubts

the First in this year meeting of the club of foster parents and adoptive parents, organized by the Department of social projects that was, as they say, with a Bang. In the wording of the site on 4 February it was not crowded – the event brought together more than 30 people. They shared with each other and psychologist Chelyabinsk crisis center Inna Lapshina their fears and doubts, which was devoted to the topic of conversation.

“At a meeting of the club foster parent for the first time so many people came: I started the project with just six families. – admitted the Director for social projects site. – Of course, we expected it to be a sell-out, as we receive many calls from those who want. We are very happy because the guys got more potential parents.”

Six families of newcomers who came to the meeting already collect the paperwork to take the child from the orphanage. Ten pairs just wondering, are prepared to commit so serious in my life step. Doubt, as it turned out, all similar. About your fears with the club members shared their foster mom with experience Olga .

“I am the mother of a loner, so it was scary and hard to dip one in this thread was not the Club’s adoptive parents,” recalls Olga.

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From a boy to raise a man who doesn’t cry?

 

Women can often hear the regret that today’s boys lack male parenting, and as a result lack of male parenting men do not manifest themselves in a masculine way. This is a huge however, only are we ready for such education, including whether women themselves to make difficult the norms of male parenting, education like men? The belief “Men don’t cry” is a required part of men’s education. I think this is a good believe that it should be applied with discernment and intelligence.

This is not all know, but for men crying is pointless. For women it’s different: if the woman mount, and she cried, she usually becomes easier, woman crying helps to cope with emotional pain. While the men have all wrong, their grief and their pain are not crying eases, no.

Women believe in it with difficulty, but it’s true – tears from men not easier. If a man against his tears, they cause him protest and additional internal stress. If a man has nothing against men crying, he own tears indifferent as to any discharge of fluid from the body.

In male culture, crying is not accepted as good people. – Mat. Crying is just the result of habit. Of course, if it’s a habit developed from early childhood, crying seems natural and inevitable, but in cultures where the weeping Continue reading