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…

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Parental Divorce: what problems in children after the divorce?
  In life some couples there comes a point when they realize that their relationship is over and the marriage has no future. According to statistics, the number of couples…

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The Dependence of the child from the computer and video games

 

In modern time, the computer is firmly entrenched in our lives, and today, to imagine the existence without a computer simply unrealistic. Practically every home has is a device that is used in different ways: for work, for study and for entertainment. But in addition to significantly facilitate our lives, the computer brings a range of problems. Often, the children and the computer are one. Moreover, it can be not only desktop, but also iPad or mobile phone. Teenagers abandoned the game in the fresh air, began to move less and spend more time in front of PC, lead a sedentary life. Company computer characters they are attracted to much more than real friends. These are the games for children on computer and regular communication in social networks leads subsequently to a computer addiction. That is, the virtual world replaces the world of real teenager.

Most computer addiction affects children insecure, closeted experiencing some difficulties in communicating with peers, by nature shy and having low self-esteem. The game allows them to escape reality, fulfill their desires, to feel strong, courageous, armed and experience brand new emotions. In the virtual world can “make yourself” the way you want: change your gender and age, Continue reading

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

 

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Kids! What childhood fears?

 

Childhood fears – what is it? How do they work? How to help your child cope with them? Where is the line between an age characteristic and pathological fear, when you look for help? These and many other questions are often of concern to parents of children of preschool age.

Fear is one of the main emotions that signal about the threat to the welfare, health, human life; fear is not always a symptom of nervous or mental disease. From the point of view of human evolution, it plays a protective and educational role, contributing to the knowledge of the outside world. In the development of the child’s fear is also a way of separating their own “I” from all foreign and dangerous .

All children’s fears can be divided into two groups: “age, compulsory” and “purchased, the optional” . Under “age” is proposed to understand the fears caused by the patterns of development of the child’s psyche. For example, one-year old child is afraid to release the mother from view. This is because children of this age the concept of time is very vague. They can hardly imagine how much it’s two hours, three days, a month or a year. And if mom and dad disappear from sight, even for a very short time – that for the child Continue reading