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Today, we too often hear about cases of domestic violence, whose victims are often children. This reminds me that even if we did not have reliable and loving parents, if they did not educate us properly, we must learn how to educate ourselves in order to survive in this world.
And this applies to everyone – not only adults, but also children.
Of course, cases of domestic violence against children are unfair. But the therapist should not look at the situation from such a position. After all, this means recognizing the victim in the child, which will not help him cope with the problem. Pity does not help him move forward. Continue reading
Anger and frustration are emotions that everyone experiences, but this does not mean that all people necessarily become their hostages. The responsibility of adults to themselves and their families is not to allow negative emotions to prevail.
Let’s face it. Parenting is hard work. Sometimes you can’t leave a child unattended for a couple of minutes, for example, to take a shower. But even if your situation is not so, you still often feel frustrated. For example, you lose your temper by observing how a child, despite your many requests, does not turn off the light when leaving the room. Continue reading
We often wonder how to educate children so that they maximize their potential. But much less often, we ask ourselves the question of how our children help us grow up. In the end, even having matured, we are still growing and developing!
Let’s face it: our children can evoke emotions in us that we did not even suspect until we became parents. We may encounter a child’s hysteria; see how he perceives all our requests with hostility or does not want to take responsibility for the situations that happen to him. It is in such cases that we see ourselves in our children. And, if we can treat ourselves with compassion, then we can relate to the child from the perspective of an adult and help him cope with certain situations. Continue reading