Divorce with children is always very tragic. Not always ready for it parents. But for children in General, divorce «sounds» like thunder from a clear sky… They don — egocentric, the whole world revolve around them alone and suddenly… all permanent and eternal crumbling…
The parents are no longer together. The child is very difficult to understand. How? Why? Issues not on age and experience of the baby…
Consequences of divorce for children
And in this hectic and whirlwind of divorce, the child decides that it’s his fault. He didn’t listen, he broke up his pants, he cried a lot and asked for a new toy…
Naive? Of course! But it is for our adult, grown wise life of the mind, and the baby my little brain could think. Especially if, God forbid, any of these events very «successfully» coincided with the departure of one parent (most often, of course, the Pope).
Older children may be angry at everyone and everything, to show regressive reactions, answer back to both parents, to be offended. Thus, they are taking revenge.
Taking revenge for the fact that their safe little world collapsed, went upside down. Children do not understand the meaning Continue reading
Here I read a lot of different newsletters, publications, magazines on the subject of child development and healthy parenting. Everywhere a lot of information for moms. Here mom, these are great, have learned to catch everything, and a time plan, and children develop, develop themselves, etc. are All fine, but where’s the Pope? Okay, most dads – work and family, so mom could have a child/children. But they too must take part in the upbringing and development of children. Clearly, every family has their views on it and their own rules. Yes, and to work with dad-to-date prices should be very much… still, back to the main – dad needs to take part in the development of the child from birth.
The second question is how the Pope to this motivation, if he is afraid or does not want, or excuses all the time? I believe that such strong family simply can not be – adult conscious person understands that a child needs both parents equally. And find the time to half an hour a day a child to read or to Tinker with the toy, or to go for a walk is not a problem.
What to do if the Pope understands, agrees with this opinion, but still shirk their responsibilities? Start small – for example: Continue reading