The family is a natural group in which stereotypes of interactions arise over time. These stereotypes create a family structure that defines the functioning of its members, delineates the range of their behavior and facilitates interpersonal contacts between them. One or another viable family structure is quite significant both for the full performance of its main functions, and for solving personally significant tasks — to maintain individuality, while creating a sense of belonging to the whole. Continue reading
parents who believe that leisure activities should not be shared;
traditions, except for holidays, have no meaning;
joint activities have a narrow family focus;
parents who pay attention to joint activities, strive to form an understanding of the need for careful attitude to free time, teach the child to spend it in an interesting and versatile way; Continue reading
For years, psychologists, educators, and homegrown Internet professionals have been looking for a way to pull children away from computers. There are thousands of ways to do this, and thousands of tips for discouraged parents have been written. But the solution to this problem of the century is more than simple: you just need to spend more time with children.
Of course, when our cute babies become teenagers, it’s too late to change anything (although there are still chances!), but if your children are still young – do not waste time! Continue reading