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  Max large wide eyes. Sometimes he's enthusiastic, and in those moments it's a boy the most beautiful smile. But sometimes his eyes instantly fill with tears. He is 2.5…

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  Leadership potential begins to form in early childhood. Because leadership — is, first of all, certain behavioral responses. The responses we learn from infancy, watching our loved ones to…

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How to help your child, go through divorces

The main task of the divorcing parents is to minimize the suffering of all parties involved.

Children of different ages differently understand what is happening in the relationship between parents and their explain yourself divorce.

A particularly strong influence it has on children under the age of 6 years, for normal psychological development which are primarily necessary stability. During this period the child develops understanding of the world and relations between people.

Children aged 3.5 – 6 years after the divorce, parents often have a strong self-abasement. Being unable to understand the true state of Affairs, they take the blame for their parents ‘ divorce.

Children aged 7 – 8 years, often experiencing feelings of anger and resentment, especially his father.

10 – 11 years, children feel abandoned, hurt, angry with their parents and are ashamed of their family problems at school.

Aged 13-18 years, experiencing a sense of loss, resentment, adolescents still be able to adequately imagine the causes and consequences of divorce, the quality of their relationships with each parent.

You need to be prepared for the different emotional reactions of their child, as well as to possible violations of his physical condition, up to diseases. Continue reading

Questioning “why do you love your parents? “

 

“because they’re my parents, just so, you can’t love something”.

“listen to me, when I feel bad, patience”.

“What words would you like to hear from your mom and dad?”

from mom: “I love you, let’s go out for a walk, the kindest words (honey, Bunny, clever)”

from dad: boys – “for you, honey, you’re a real man, I’m proud of you”, girl – “how was school? how are your classes? I love you, if you have a problem, I am ready to help you buy things from? what do you give?”

^ 3. “What do you like to do together with your parents?”

From the children’s responses, we learned that this practice is “to go to rest on nature, to talk, chat, watch movies, play, do homework, do that trough.”

Psychologists say that:

it is the Pope often avoid conflict;

dads harder to switch from communicating with colleagues for a conversation with the daughter or son;

dads are often not able to control your emotions and move on cry, the instructions strictly.

The father’s role in family education is great.

1.A personal example of his father.

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Know your child, Former parents don’t: how to help your child survive divorce?

 

Today divorce is not spoken with sadly-cloying tone, unfortunately have become accustomed. If earlier it was believed that the main thing is to keep whatever was family, so the children had a father, but now society increasingly inclined to believe that if a divorce is necessary for parents, it is essential for children. But even if your decision to leave is the only correct way out of the stalled marital relationships, painful experiences not to avoid any of the participants. And are the most vulnerable and dependent family members – our children. So, they are most in need of assistance. Psychologists have identified a few General steps which are emotions and feelings of the child during this difficult period.

Denial

The child does not believe in what is happening, not willing to accept the divorce. He may even tell friends that dad just left on a business trip. He’s scared, depressed and only wants things to be as before.

Anger

After a time, the child understands that, as before, will be gone and embittered: rude, becomes irritable and angry. And this anger can be directed at the parent Continue reading

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