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In dealing with relatives it is very difficult to establish personal boundaries and defend them, because you are bound by family ties. From time to time it is not easy to communicate even with close relatives. Sometimes you are simply drawn into a conflict and provoked so that you lose self-control.
If this happens in communication with acquaintances, colleagues or neighbors, you can ignore the situation, not paying attention to the opinions of people who cause you discomfort, or demand compliance with boundaries. But in the case of relatives it is not so simple. In dealing with them, you have to make sacrifices for the well-being of the family. In other words, your personal relationship with someone from your family can greatly affect the relationship in the family as a whole.
So, what to do if you find it difficult to find a common language with one of the relatives, but you are forced to communicate? Consider a few recommendations. Continue reading
Every year in the upbringing of children, new trends arise that attract the attention of parents all over the world.
Like trends in the fashion world, certain methods of education gain and lose popularity. Some of them are bad, some are good, some do not give the expected effect. But, nevertheless, they bring something new to the usual course of things.
1. Parent blogs
Today, the Internet has entered the life of almost every person. Not surprisingly, parents discuss parenting in blogs and forums.
Traditionally, discussions on blogs are conducted by young mothers, but recently fathers have been actively participating in them. Parent blogs today are an effective way to communicate and discuss parenting issues. 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