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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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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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…

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adolescence

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

Alone with myself (part 3)

EVERYTHING IS GOOD IN MEASURE “Our daughter is nine, and when she comes from school, she immediately sits down in front of the TV, no matter what they show, instead of first doing homework. How can we deal with this senseless waste of time? ”Do not forget that schooling is work. Like any job, it absorbs a lot of energy. So when a girl comes home from school, she needs to relax a bit. TV is an opportunity to distract, to switch attention, this is one of the most passive and relaxing activities. If you manage to put the case in such a way that the child watches some useful, developing programs, then this will not be a waste of time. But the more time you allow the child to spend on the TV, the less he will have to read, chat with friends, sports, walks, any creative activities. Continue reading

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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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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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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Art therapy for children and adults. Receptions of phototherapy
In modern society, there is an ambiguous attitude to the services of a psychologist, to areas in psychology. Why does a normal person need a psychologist? What can he offer?…

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