The Psychological center of the Soul
  This book is about the communication of adults with children and to some extent adults among themselves. It continues and deepens the theme of my previous book "to Communicate…

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Help for parents when children adapt to kindergarten.
  From the first days of life the child in the family habits are formed, attachment, behavior, which is based on a dynamic stereotype, i.e. the system of specific responses…

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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

Communication as a condition of social adaptation and the formation of personality of a student with mental retardation

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Communication as a condition of social adaptation and the formation of personality of a student with mental retardation

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Abstract Communication as a condition of social adaptation and the formation of personality of a student with mental retardation

Introduction

In the conditions of transformation and further development of our society, the role and responsibility of families and schools in implementing comprehensive development of personality. The issues of education and upbringing of the younger generation, we solve a mainstream school and are before a special school for children with DSD and its graduates should be included in the sphere of material production and service of the population, due to the wide application of communication skills.

Communication with others has a significant impact on the formation of personality. Works of L. S. Vigodsky, research of the last two decades (L. I. Bozhovich, A. A. Bodalev, L. A. Leont’ev, B. F. Lomov, D. V. Elkonin, etc.) show that communication and developing in the course of interpersonal relationships play a Central role in the development of child’s personality. The education of abnormal children Continue reading

The Influence of parents on children

 

In one article all the subtleties of parent–child relationships to disclose. Today we will consider only how negative words, name-calling child with no ability to control your emotions affect humans in the future.

In fact, the influence of parents on children is difficult to assess. Since there are other authoritative adults, some idols in adolescents, books, all of which also lay much in person, then in the amount of impact on his values and behavior.

In psychology one experiment that no one dares to repeat. It was conducted on children orphans.

The children were divided into two groups. Those who are lucky enough and they were in the first group received approval and constantly praised them for any attempt to properly and competently to speak, and generally favored any statement. In the second group did not skimp on harsh word, but any hint of a speech impediment immediately condemned, child publicly humiliated, and even those who normally spoke, they were called “pathetic stutterers”.

According to the results of the experiment, children in the second group, which had no defect of speech become stutterers. The defect of speech is preserved in adult life. Continue reading