When we hear the word “co-dependence”, first of all we imagine violence in the relationship between a young man and a girl. But the point is not always this. It’s hard to believe, but the strongest co-dependence is in the relationship between one of the parents and the child, and not between the guy and the girl. In the co-dependent relationship of parents and children, the line between protection and obsession, between normal and excessive involvement, is greatly blurred. It is very difficult to find co-dependence in the relationship between one of the parents and the child.
Consider several signs that will help determine co-dependence in the relationship between parents and children.
1. Co-dependent parents show victim thinking
We all face life’s difficulties, but the co-dependent parents believe that others (especially their children) are to blame. Often parents instill a sense of guilt in their children in order to get sympathy from the child for their negative experiences and, ultimately, to get the right behavior from him. Continue reading
Many parents are afraid to take their child on trips if they have to fly. On a plane, a child may get sick, he may behave badly (especially if he is small), or any other problems may arise with him.
Consider a few recommendations on how to make the flight with the child as comfortable as possible.
Arrive at the airport in advance
Gathering in a hurry, you run the risk of being emotionally exhausted before the flight. If stress occurs at the beginning of the journey, then it is likely to persist until the end. In addition, it should be remembered that the excitement of parents is often transmitted to the child.
Therefore, try to avoid unnecessary stress and take more time to get to the airport. Make sure you have enough time to check in for a flight, buy food, go to the toilet with your child and other unplanned things. No matter how much time you need to get to the airport, plan one hour more. Continue reading
Without a doubt, you love your parents. But sometimes you may notice that they become too annoying in their desire to control your every action. Consider several ways to cope with such situations without offending your parents.
Did you know?
First of all, you need to understand that parents are trying to take part in all the affairs of their children for good reasons. Moreover, studies have shown that if parents are involved in every activity of the child and try to help him in everything and give advice, he copes better with the tasks and creates a solid foundation for achieving life goals in the future. Continue reading