Readiness for school (part 2)
How to psychologically prepare a child for school? As experience shows, for successful schooling, in addition to the availability of specific knowledge, skills and abilities, a certain level of development…

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All works are good - choose to taste!
For many years, the lines from Mayakovsky’s poem were very popular among teachers, parents, and students facing a choice of life path. Today, the answers to these questions have become…

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How not to spoil your child
Continuous tantrums with tears and the demands of fulfilling all the vagaries of children will easily unsettle anyone. If a child is spoiled in childhood, he may develop a complex…

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Etiquette from an early age (part 1)

Children brought up in life have a number of advantages: there is something in them that attracts and holds people. They feel much freer in society, including unfamiliar, easier to cope with new and even awkward situations. They are very optimistic about life – and they have reason for this. They grow up responsive to the needs and feelings of others, and therefore they manage any role in the family, whether it be the role of spouse, wife, father, son or daughter. But in order to educate these valuable qualities in your children, you need constant efforts for many years. Do you respect me? Good manners are important to us, and at times we are simply shocked when our little one publicly demonstrates their absence. But young children are too self-centered and impulsive to think of others. When a one-year-old wants a toy, he WANTS it, regardless of how it relates to its owner. Continue reading

Touch room as one of the methods of healing children and adults (part 2)

The advantages of combining the training of psychomuscular self-regulation with the conditions of the Sensory Room can be determined by the fact that the Sensory Room, by its isolation, unusual atmosphere, naturally creates an appropriate mood for relaxation, avoiding stressful stimuli of the outside world; the use of special mats, pillows and a dry pool makes it much easier than chairs or couches to create a body position, convenient for learning arbitrary relaxation; optical effects of the sensory room allow you to switch the attention of students; light-sound-tactile stimulation in the sensory room can easily be associated with natural relaxing objects, which enhances the depth of relaxation. 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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Baby in parental bed: pros and cons
Not so long ago, all babies were swaddled up to about six months, so that their legs and hands did not interfere with a good night's sleep, exceptions: changing the…

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Comparative analysis of the structural components of personality (part 1)
The psychological structure of the personality, in general, is very complex and multifaceted. Each person carries within him only the inherent individual characteristics, which to the end to understand and…

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Baby in parental bed: pros and cons
Not so long ago, all babies were swaddled up to about six months, so that their legs and hands did not interfere with a good night's sleep, exceptions: changing the…

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