Children’s clothes can be very small, but at the same time deliver a lot of inconvenience. When you need to store a lot of small things, it is difficult to find what is needed at the moment. It is especially difficult to find what suits the child in the first months of his life, when he very quickly grows out of his clothes.
Going through a bunch of children’s clothes, part of which the child is already small, you finally understand: it is time to put things in order in the closet.
Consider a few recommendations on how to do this correctly. Some tips are already time-tested, and some will be new to you.
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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
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