Tale to the rescue (part 1)
As a rule, all parents understand that raising a child is a big and difficult job. And alone, and even alone, it is impossible to cope with it. Need helpers.…

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Tale to the rescue (part 3)
am a storyteller Psychologist Natalya Katsevich advises parents to read, for example, fairy tales A.V. Miklyaeva, “We Are Not Afraid of the Gray Wolf” P.V. Rumyantseva, “Path to your Self”…

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Teenager and adult: what do you need to know to become a good parent for a teenager?
Becoming an exemplary parent is not easy for a teenager, but why not try? Even if you already have enough life experience, you can always try to overcome the wall…

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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 with the team or make friends, and even soreness. Often, it is with psychosomatics that the child closes from the problems that frighten him. “In a kindergarten group,” says Natalya Katsevich, a case from practice, “a charming girl cried for any reason: they didn’t give a toy, she didn’t want to sleep, the soup was hot, etc. This went on for several weeks, and then the tale “Tearful Masha” arose, which the psychologist read to the girl. Parents read this tale to her several times, and in the summer a miracle happened when the girl found a hedgehog and began to look after him – everything is just like in our fairy tale. Continue reading

Say thank you, otherwise it will be worse …

I did not notice how another year flew by and my daughter Yulia was three. Literally in a matter of days, my flexible and good-natured child turned into an imperious little despot. – Give me the juice! She commanded. – Now! “Do you know the magic word?” I tried to call her to order. This phrase acted flawlessly on her older brother Alyosha, but Julia did not want to give in to her. “Are you a hundred, fooled?” Was her answer. – Give me si-xi-s! At first, I only laughed at the little cheeky: before, she was a sweet, calm child, and I often heard the word “posyalist” from her. But time passed, and she stubbornly refused to treat me humanly. The word “please” completely disappeared from her vocabulary. Then I decided to apply repression: do not fulfill a single request without a “please.” After this, a terrible struggle began, which caused only alienation between us. Continue reading

Online games for children – prohibit or allow?

The issue of the harm of computer games has been discussed more than one hundred times, but not every parent decided to finalize the decision to prohibit this type of inactive pastime for his children. I wonder why? Perhaps not everything is so bad? And if you approach the problem with a certain amount of common sense and practicality, then you can find positive aspects in this way to occupy the child? Definitely possible. Everything will depend on the genre of the game, which the child will be allowed to play and on the dosage of time – good examples of completely non-aggressive educational toys at http://gamezgid.ru/igry-uxod-za-malyshami/. For the youngest gamers today, no one is surprised at the look of a one-year-old kid enthusiastically poking a finger at the tablet screen, and what can we say about five-six-year-old geeks who are just waiting in line to take an empty chair at the computer. What are they best at playing? 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…

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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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Etiquette from an early age (part 2)
Do not forget to praise him. Seryozha was so excited by the upcoming excursion to the zoo that he flew out the door, pushing the teacher away and knocking 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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