Do you have a list of things you would like to change? For instance:
Your life (Would you like to have more free time? Earn more money? Would you like your life to be more interesting?).
You yourself (would you like to have a better physical shape? Be more patient or carefree?).
Your child (would you like him to be more independent and responsible?).
Sometimes it seems to us that we could be happier if a miracle happened and all these things in our lives became ideal. But our life will never be perfect. We are ordinary people, and none of us will ever be perfect.
Even if some things in your life change for the better, this is not enough. Research shows that even the changes you are striving for cannot make you happy in the long run. To do this, you need to change your perception. Continue reading
Striving to survive in a world full of competition, some parents want their children to succeed in all areas of life and be better than their peers in everything. Surely you came across such parents and did not know how to behave. In this article, we will look at some tips on how to behave with competing parents.
Competing, or comparing, parents not only brag about the achievements of their child, but also in every possible way belittle the achievements of other children. They comment on their achievements and humiliate them to the maximum. But that’s not all: competing parents constantly motivate their children to consistently achieve new and new goals and always be on top. Such parents do not understand the importance of healthy parenting. Continue reading
Olga, the mother of 11-month-old Artem, says: “Recently, my husband and I first took our child with us on a car trip. We often travel by car during vacations. Considering that this time we had a child with us, we chose a not very distant place for relaxation.
Our trip took about three and a half hours. Given the fact that there was an eleven-month-old baby in the car, this seemed unlikely. Therefore, we had to think carefully about how to plan a route, what to take with us, etc.
In the end, our plan worked. We arrived at the destination on time, and all the things we took with us were very useful to us. And, most importantly, for all seven hours of the trip (three and a half hours there and the same amount back), the child cried no more than forty minutes. I consider this to be our common victory. ” Continue reading