7 MOST ANNOYING CHILDREN FOR Parenting
Many mothers will agree with the statement that raising children is hard work. Apparently, this is why others give advice on raising children - in order to facilitate her mother's…

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Comparative analysis of the structural components of personality (part 3)
According to the results of express diagnostics, the following results were obtained. In the cognitive sphere of adolescents, the level of thinking in this sample of German schoolchildren is slightly…

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When leaving, do not turn off the lights! (part 1)
- Mom, do not turn off the light! “You know, I'm tired of your tricks.” You are already big - you’ll go to school. Well, what are you afraid of?…

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Interactive dolls and psychologist Larisa Surkova help mothers develop empathy in children

Family and children’s psychologist Larisa Surkova reminds all modern parents: children who spend a lot of time with gadgets, especially at an early age, may later encounter difficulties in socialization, the formation of emotional intelligence and the ability to empathize. Living communication with children and adults, reading and discussing fairy tales, speaking feelings, as well as role-playing games with toys similar to real kids help to recognize your own and other people’s emotions, to empathize, to predict the behavior of others and to adequately respond to it. The model and star of the Russian Instagram Alyona Shishkova with her daughter Alisa in the company of 15 more bloggers – parents of girls decided to apply the recommendations of the psychologist in practice. Continue reading

Teens and parents (part 2)
What does a teenager want? 1. The desire of a teenager to feel their connection with parents. If there is no emotional connection, the child will feel insecurity, feel abandoned.…

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Readiness for school (part 1)
"Hooray! Soon to school! ”So I want this slogan to pay off, and the child would love to go to school and do homework with interest, be successful and get…

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“And don't fight anymore ...” (part 1)
A bright stroller was moving along the park’s alley towards us, ahead of which a baby walked - so pink and blue, smiling all over the world. Judging by the…

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Game therapy and fairy tale therapy in the work of a child psychologist (part 2)
Another option for playing psychotherapy is to play a plot. The plot in question should resemble the real story that the child is experiencing. For example, if a girl feels…

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