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Formation and development

The content of the ARTICLE should answer the following questions:

Self-consciousness. The formation and development of self-consciousness

The first “I” uttered by a child in 2-3 years, testifies that in his mind formed self-consciousness. He began to perceive myself as a kind, yet vague in his mind the creature.

A creature that lives his life — their desires, needs and which IS NOT the same thing THAT surrounds him — it — he became the SUBJECT of relations with people and things around him.

What happens next with this “I” — the self-consciousness of personality, except for the natural crystallization, expansion, complexity, as a consequence of it, the child, the rapid development?

Self-consciousness — I or We?

Look what’s going on in the socialization process (humanization) of the child and, further, already an adult.

The society, in the face of parents, caregivers, peers and so on — all those with whom the child faces, begins not only to make the child Continue reading

If You have a growing SON

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.

Papa will teach him the most important things. If you let dad be immersed in the process of raising a child from the very beginning, ever the son formed the correct opinion: his dad knows EVERYTHING. You will always be loved by his mother, but daddy for boy is a special man who knows the answers to all the questions.Make it so that the boy talked more in men’s element! If he had little contact with his father, he goes to training or in groups where the teacher is male.

Read to him and with him. Children become readers on the lap of their parents. The child needs to see that you also read. Tell him about what you read. About their favorite books and characters. Explain to him why it is so important to read books. And read together and then Continue reading

Y. B. Gippenreiter To communicate with a child – Like?

The first edition of this book quickly sold out, which confirmed the great need of our readers in the acquisition of knowledge and practical skills to help you better communicate with children.

Admire the exceptional willingness of people to work seriously to create psychological well-being of their children and families, despite the economic upheavals and stresses of our modern life. Specialists of the “helping professions” — practical psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers and teachers — which now is growing fast become an indispensable part of this process.

The author was nice and important to receive wonderful feedback on the usefulness of books from different circles of readers — parents and teachers referred to professionals working with families and children, teachers, training of these professionals, and even (which was especially a pleasant surprise) by the teenagers.

The positive reception of the book was forced to continue to think over its contents: what else would be useful to include?

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