Parent Relationships
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…

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How to communicate with “difficult” family members
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…

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Work and baby: tips for single mothers
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.…

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How to spend quality time with children

If you work, it is probably difficult for you to combine work with household chores and parenting. It may seem to you that neither there nor there you are doing well enough. Your life goes on in constant fuss and attempts to catch a child in school and catch a workshop.

But you are not alone in such a crazy rhythm of life. Studies by American scientists have shown that working mothers themselves have an average of 17 minutes a day. Let’s look at things realistically: sometimes mothers cannot afford this. And they are ready to sacrifice this time to spend it with children. Continue reading

Reminder to parents: children are indeed less
Adults forget what it means to be small in the truest sense of the word. Reading to children books about Alice in Wonderland or Gulliver in the country of Lilliputians,…

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How to spend quality time with children
If you work, it is probably difficult for you to combine work with household chores and parenting. It may seem to you that neither there nor there you are doing…

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How to answer uncomfortable child questions
Difficulties in education include, among other things, the fact that parents have to answer many questions of the child, often difficult or awkward. However, it is better for you to…

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How children help us grow older
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.…

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