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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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Blind parental love

We begin to love their children even before their birth. Imagine what will become parents, read the smart log and listen to the advice of experienced moms. When the baby is born, the love for him increases many times. And in return we expect the same. They say that love is never too much. And here it happens. How not to “perlubie” of the child and not to spoil the excessive love of the little man?

It happens that the child becomes the raison d’être of his parents. To some extent it should be, after all, giving birth to the baby, you have taken responsibility for his life and destiny. He is a bad parent who care for their duties, impulsive in matters of education and relies on others or nature: “something will grow!”.

Yes only has dire consequences, and at the other extreme sacrifice. The mother puts on the family altar their lives, sacrifice their children’s interests. Her motives are noble: “My child needs to have everything that wasn’t from me, I will put as much of his love and attention, so he was happy.” But, a mother’s sacrifice is the basis of the neurotic state of deep depression and inability to make right accents.

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What the Bible says about parents BIBLE CENTER

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The question of what the Bible says about the relationships between generations – one of the most frequently asked on our site. Below are the main, though not all biblical texts related to this theme.

The statements of Scripture about the relationships between parents and children are very numerous, since it is an important spiritual and moral problem in people’s lives. Each era within its culture brings to the solution of something; The Bible offers us a look at this issue from a spiritual point of view. The most important thing that tells us the Word of God about these relationships, – that they are always built before the face of God and for the Creator care about how we act in relation to its parents and children.

The statements of Scripture on this subject can be divided into four groups. First, the relationship between parents and children are discussed in detail in the Pentateuch, mainly in the framework of the law of Moses. The first and one of the key words about family relationships we find in the very beginning of the Bible in the story of the creation of man. By establishing marriage as the norm of family life, the Lord speaks of a certain age of emancipation of children Continue reading

How to develop independence in preschool children
    The family grows the baby. How do you want us parents to become successful and happy. From early childhood we spare no expense or effort to develop his…

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What to do when your child lies
If it's not quite a child who is not very difference between truth and own fiction, we should seriously enough to treat the manifestations of lies and figure out its…

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The Culture of behavior in children
  Culture is a broad concept that reveals the essence of moral standards in relation to people, to nature, to work, to objects of material and spiritual culture and, of…

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