can increase their duration
Anna, the mother of a 4-year-old child, says: “If someone had told me 4 years ago that in a year I would raise a child myself, I would have laughed. Unfortunately, life does not always turn out the way we want. At 23, I was left alone with my daughter. At first, it was difficult for me to work full time, and then find time for my daughter.
I began to realize that, torn between work, household chores and raising my daughter, I lose myself. I do not give myself time to let go of a failed relationship or to think what I did wrong. I began to live by inertia. It seems to me that all parents feel something similar, but there were no family or friends near me, so the situation seemed hopeless to me. But I discovered a few important things that helped me get things going. ”
Consider several ways to take care of yourself in a difficult life situation, as well as find more time for raising a child. Continue reading
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
Modern fathers sometimes do not understand what a big role they play in raising children. Of course, financial support and child safety are very important, but this is not the main thing that a good father can give them. He should be not only the breadwinner, but also a good role model, and a source of emotional security for his children.
Beneficial masculine influence helps boys gradually become strong courageous men. Girls, in the upbringing of which the father takes an active part, later reach puberty later than their peers and grow up as self-confident independent women.
Unfortunately, many fathers who cannot reach an understanding with their children blame the children for this. They believe that their bad behavior, changeable mood and self-doubt are to blame. Continue reading