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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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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What are our kids made of?
One French psychologist came up with a way to explain some of our prejudices in raising boys and girls. This test is intended primarily for parents and educators. Check how…

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What are our kids made of?

One French psychologist came up with a way to explain some of our prejudices in raising boys and girls. This test is intended primarily for parents and educators. Check how true the views are. We offer you 20 questions that need to be answered YES if you agree with this statement, and NO if you have a different opinion. When you read the answers, you can evaluate whether you are right or not. 1. Girls are more obedient than boys? 2. Do girls more deeply seek to know nature, animals than boys? 3. Can boys better assess a difficult situation, think more logically? 4. Do boys have a greater desire to stand out? 5. Are boys more capable of math? 6. Are girls more sensitive to the atmosphere in which they live, are they more difficult to endure pain? 7. Are girls able to better express their thoughts? 8. Is it possible to consider that boys are better with visual memory, and girls have better hearing? 9. Are boys able to better navigate in space? 10. Are the boys more aggressive? 11. Are girls less active? 12. Girls are more sociable, they prefer a big company, rather than a narrow circle of friends? 13. Girls are more affectionate to parents? 14. Are girls more easily affected by someone else? 15. Are boys more entrepreneurial? 16. Are girls more cowardly? 17. Are girls more likely to suffer from an inferiority complex? 18. Are girls less likely to compete with each other? 19. Do boys want to show themselves more? 20. Do boys have more creativity and do girls do better with monotonous work? Answers 1. In early childhood, girls are really more obedient, while boys get out of parental care and obey other authorities, which can be dangerous. Read also: is it possible to sweep the floor in the evening with a broom chickenpox 15 16 years old itchy genitals mysterious pictures of how to draw the child slins and inn prayer for 9 days of the newly introduced 2. Until it is established that gives reason to say that girls are by nature more inclined to take care of sick, weak, about animals, plants. Unless only at an early age, between 6 and 10 years. 3. Girls are no worse than boys can get out of difficult situations, solve difficult problems. 4. Up to 10-12 years, girls develop faster, and therefore sometimes it seems that they are more willing to stand out. But even later girls, as a rule, are more purposeful, they think more about the future. 5. It depends on what they are striving for, but in fact both can be equally talented. But teachers believe that boys are more capable of math. When we stop saying that mathematics is not for women, such a difference will not occur. 6. On the contrary, boys are more easily influenced by the environment and therefore, for example, are more likely to experience parental divorce than girls. They are more sensitive to pain than girls. They only try not to show this, since from an early age they are (very mistakenly) taught that a man should not cry. 7. Up to 10-13 years, the difference here is insignificant, then girls often express their thoughts verbally and in writing better than boys, and women – better than men. 8. Studies have shown that throughout life, abilities are the same. If there are differences, then they are individual. 9. Until puberty, there is no difference between them. Then the boys are better oriented in space, and over the years this difference intensifies. Exceptions confirm the rule. 10. Boys become aggressive even at an early age, at the age of 2-3, when their personality begins to manifest. In women, aggressiveness usually makes itself felt only after marriage (perhaps, as in the saying: “with whom you will lead, from that you will gain”?). 11. The difference in activity between boys and girls has not been established. Unless in childhood, boys are noisier and, for example, in fights. 12. Just the opposite. Girls prefer one, at most two girlfriends, rather than a big noisy company. But the boys gather in large groups. The same is true for adults. Boys are more likely to play collective games. 13. There is no difference between this and the other. Until a certain age, both boys and girls love to fondle their parents. 14. On the contrary, boys tend to accept the opinion of the company, and this must be taken into account in their education. Girls usually have their own opinions. 15. Until the age of three, both boys and girls are equally entrepreneurial. Later, girls will become more active, and during puberty they are inferior to these qualities to boys. 16. Contrary to popular belief, girls are no more cowardly than boys. In fact, they are much more determined and easier to overcome fear. 17. Not more often than boys. Sometimes they look more fearful, but it already depends on the character. Girls are also better “armed” in case of various everyday difficulties, more quickly adapt to new conditions. Usually they are more independent.

Alone with myself (part 2)
SENSE EQUILIBRIUM OR BRILLIANT FUETE? “In the group of our Irishka, everyone is recorded somewhere. Who attends music lessons, who dances, who goes to figure skating or gymnastics, but she…

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Alone with myself (part 2)
SENSE EQUILIBRIUM OR BRILLIANT FUETE? “In the group of our Irishka, everyone is recorded somewhere. Who attends music lessons, who dances, who goes to figure skating or gymnastics, but she…

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Tale to the rescue (part 2)
Do-it-yourself miracles What problems do their parents turn to fairy tales therapists? This includes numerous children's fears, and increased aggressiveness, and hyperactivity, and laziness, and self-doubt, and inability to communicate…

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Alone with myself (part 2)
SENSE EQUILIBRIUM OR BRILLIANT FUETE? “In the group of our Irishka, everyone is recorded somewhere. Who attends music lessons, who dances, who goes to figure skating or gymnastics, but she…

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