To start, answer this simple question. If your parents were ordinary people, not members of a family, for example, a work colleague, or neighbor in the apartment, we would support you with them a friendly, warm relationship? If YES, then quit, because this article is not for you. If not, and back to ask me: – if you can’t love your parents, whether you WANT them to love? If you want to love, but can’t, then I ask you – why do you need to love them? Yes, for what?
Maybe for what you NEED them to love? But if so, who needs? If you are, then WHY NEED to love someone? Maybe because it made? But by WHOM TAKEN? WHO IS THIS “SOMEONE”? Can a society? If so, remember at least five people approving it. Personally I can’t think of one person. If you still find five people, it is definitely not the company, for a total of five people.
The fifth commandment of Moses: “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee”, says it is about the respect for parents that can be regarded by people as, “love your parents”, and to form public opinion. If so, then love and respect, not quite the same concept. For example, I can respect, but not love. But, if I love, and respect at the same time.
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Just to warn you that to take up the matter with the attitude “Oh, and difficult child I got in trouble!” is not worth it. Your task is not to remake it, but to help him open up . as a person. If the little man will grow in a comfortable and friendly environment, it is unlikely to have a desire to engage her in a conflict. A new consent will be provided.
To raise children-Indigo cautious with five “Golden” rules.
Rule # 1: Communicate
The phrase “Leave me alone, I don’t have time!” eliminate from your vocabulary once and for all. At least in relation to child-Indigo. It is very simple. Imagine that one day the child on all your requests and questions for him to answer exactly the same. Pleasant enough, isn’t it? Therefore it is better not to set a bad example. Your age superiority does not entitle you to speak with the child down. He is your continuation. Here and talk to him as you would talk to yourself. Learn to hear him, and he will learn to listen to you.
Talks with children-Indigo all your actions . If you’ve decided to take the child to the rink, describe in detail how you came up with such a wonderful idea. If you’re going to pull it from the computer, also try to find convincing arguments. Instead of the terrible cry of “just You wait Continue reading
The effects of divorce on children affected by traumatic. One of the most difficult periods in the child’s life is to survive and go through the experience of his parents ‘ divorce. The effects of divorce may be different for children depending on their stage of development, age and gender, but children in any way affected before and after the divorce process.
When parents divorce, children feel the loss of stability and security, they may withdraw into themselves, based on attempts and desires to unite his parents, and when parents still disagree and all their experiences are either futile or unnoticed – children feel the loss of something very important . Something that was a mainstay of their lives, their world.
The effects of divorce on children’s feelings. What do you think our children?
Children may react quite differently to the impending divorce. In some cases, kids can be very sad, depressed and not even sleep at night. The reason for such a high alarm is that the child is afraid of being rejected, abandoned by one parent or even both . In some cases, children can feel very alone, especially when one parent is missing for a long time in the family home.