According to psychologists, more than 1 million children suffer from parental divorces every year. When parents get divorced, much in the lives of children changes, so such events can adversely affect the psyche of children. They have feelings of failure, loneliness and sadness.
Parental divorce causes stress in children. Therefore, parents should take measures to ensure the well-being of their children and help them cope.
How stress from parental divorce affects children
Stress is the reaction of the body to various external events. For example, a divorce of parents can unsettle a child and greatly affect their health and well-being. Continue reading
More and more studies confirm that children who are overly tutelized by their parents tend to avoid risk, have difficulty making decisions and are unable to succeed in life. They also do not know how to cope with life’s difficulties. In other words, they are too susceptible to disappointment, and the slightest manifestations of frustration unsettle them.
Actions and intentions of guardianship parents
Often, custodial parents believe that they do everything for the sake of the child. They want him to have all the best that life can give, and protect him from “tough”, “difficult” and “undesirable” circumstances.
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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