The Child is afraid to answer lessons
  Thank you so much "White Elephant". Passed the first 2 stages. Was in raptures. Had some doubts whether to go first if the tool is already given. Say confidently,…

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Children and computer games. Discussion on LiveInternet
Big_Damn_Hero all posts by I was Recently asked to work with a boy of ten, who all his free time spends on computer games. If he deny, maybe a day…

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The Children after the divorce of his parents: help in fitting


To­GDSs de­ti­time after­in­ro­di­te­lei per­ne­La­tion of ml­but­th of them: “I Ho­Chu live with the PA­sing/mA­mine!” or: “I Nena­VI­those Ju­BOJ, you PLO­Hoi/PLO­Haya” ka­for­elk – VPO­PY races­Fe­and­tain­ments. But at the sa­IOM de­Le it WA­but vos­in­no­mother as a com­PLI­ment. Not ve­ri­te? And it is so. De­ti­time after­in­ro­di­te­lei WA­da­tion­ments in psy­Ho­lo­GI­th­tion­keep­ke. At­ —with both­b­Ron! Re­the be­knock Dol­wives­sen­ETS­tain that, despite­OC races­one hundred­VA­tion, and mA­mA and PA­PA Liu­bat it continues­no­mu.

De­ti­time after­in­ro­di­te­lei: re­shy­Pro­ble­mu toge­STE

Alas, but the pain­tire­ETS de­Tay­time after­in­ro­di­te­LEU PHE­re­Gy­VA­Ute SIL­it­Chille stress. EU­de­ti not STES­I­ly­Xia you­ka­I­tain bliss­tiv­ing emo­tion in­but­STO­tion to ro­di­te­Lam, this knowl­cheat, Yes­on­the following times­in­Yes they provide great­PE­th­NY you­co­coy STE­PE­new emo­EIC­nal­without Noah­dangerous­but­STI. However­it, com­PLI­ment com­PLI­men­, but­sche­tion with children­time after­in­Yes you­con­ing is not about­SRT. To the NAV­STU, there STRs­co­be­able de­children fair­Vit­Xia with its­and­mi Nega­tiv­NY­mi CHUV­ETS­mi, and so­on­to teach­Xia you­RA­to press their CHUV­STV in Bo­more con­struc­tiv­Mr. key­che.

Not on­RA­si­te Oso­Ben­but­th atten­mA­tion that re­the be­knock to CERD­Zach Chloe­PA­et the door­mi or si­dit all day with post­Noi mi­Noah, ray­more in­one hundred­Rai­TES­look­to put this de­MES­Fe­Chi­her what he dei­Steve­tel­but du­mA­et and CHUV­stvu­et. De­ti­time after­in­ro­di­te­lei cha­an hundred mo­gut you­RA­to reap bliss­tiv­ing emo­tion, anger, but this Pro­is­Ho­dit Pro­NAT­it­mu, they are not the mo­gut Nai­t oth­Goy STRs­FDS with­­becoming about the NWO­Stra­hah and in­te­RAH. EU­do you Boo­de­th­Lu­ka­I­tain the re­Ben­ka TA­some of the Pro­ne­Le­tion emo­tion, do not understand­brav­shis that for any­mi TFR­VA­no­Xia – you ETS­La­e­those roofing­Ko angrier.

On­mo­GI­those bast­de­Nai Cham­t re­STO­tion CE­Mei­tion Pro­Bloem. De­ti­time after­in­ro­di­te­lei u­but CHUV­stvu­ly in­te­ryu leach­but­th con­tro­La, owls­places­but re­STO­tion Pro­Bloem mo­on may­can re­Ben­ku ver­leave it CHUV­ETS. On­mo­GI­de­children determi­de­pouring and on­difficult to call­ing CHUV­ETS. You­hap­shy­te them, not PY­TA­Yas IP­PRA­Vit or near­rivers­ti­ro­tain their emo­tion. The who­Tur­but, you­hap­Chi­tain them to you BU­child labor­but the pain­but which of you, in con­CE con­s, adults­ly? For WA­Chikh de­Tay BU­det­Les­it, EU­do you GRT­DWI­no­those on the time­max FDS­governmental­ing emo­tion and Stra­hee, and you­hap­Sha­e­those without them asug­de­tion.

Pro­tiv stress­CA – sports and IP­Kus­ETS

In­to­finally, Zay­mi­TES with children dispute­Tom! The be­guy­te, Ho­di­in­Ho­dy, IG­Rai­on­RA­the who­du­Hye – dispute­tiv­tion­load­ka on the op­ha­ISM­mo­ha­em­lay­cation fizi­th­mechanical and emo­EIC­nal­tion­o­same­tion.

Oth­Goy VA­ri­ant his­­­Noi te­RA­FDI – IP­Pol­WA­VA­tion of IP­Kus­ETS. De­ti mo­Guth IP­Pol­WA­tain, in­in­Mer, LM­in­ing to you­RA­zit com­ing CHUV­ETS. On­Pro­si­re­Ben­ka­ri­co­tain how CHUV­stvu­no­water ro­di­te­lei, or about­NAT­Pro­si­the­ri­­to se­mew. For­da­Wai­in­Pro­si o CT­tin­tion, but not under­ska­I­Wai­te, and the Bo­Leah is not on­ve­I­Wai­re­Ben­ku, as he Dol­wives se­BOJ CHUV­ETS­tain.

How to raise children to respect their parents
  Communication between parents and children is often not easy. Parents often come complaints of child disobedience, and that the child belongs to radiusim his people without any respect. Not…

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A Couple of questions about books on education and psychology of children
  Question 1: I recommend the book of Joyce brothers here (well, most of that on TV broadcasts), but the name unfortunately I do not remember, said there was something…