We are talking about children from disadvantaged families, i.e. children, dysfunctional families, about what happens to the child if he is in a dysfunctional family. What is a dysfunctional family? One word to say impossible. Because everything is relative in this world – and the well-being and ill-being in relation to the child. But because children are all different: some are stronger, others are not, some are vulnerable, but responsive, and all other Trin-Trava, does not catch them. Began to be the talk about the child from a dysfunctional family – so to speak:
1). What are the dysfunctional family
2). What are children with their psychological and psychopathological problems that dwell
excessive regulation on family problems.
3). The impact of family problems on the child, prone to obostrennom response to various unfavorable factors.
4). As a sick child might disturb the peace of families, to call the parents of irritation, anger, impatience, etc., i.e. to turn in a dysfunctional family, and the latter in turn can further aggravate the mental condition of the child.
5). What needs – to be taken by the teachers to help the child, because it’s not his fault that he lives in a dysfunctional family.
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” Mom, I’m scared! — with a shout and cry ran into the parent’s bedroom a little Pasha. Clinging to his mother’s breast, he babbled:
— There… dark… under the bed… terrible…
Mom put her son beside him, patted on the head, and he immediately fell asleep.
— Lisa, so not, — said in a whisper dad, Anatoly Vasiliev. — so You will want to grow up the son of a weakling and a rag. Nothing to appease his fears. Or do you want him to 18 years old slept with us in the same bed?
— what do you suggest? — offended Lisa. — to Lock him in the room — and let him cry into hysterics? You know, better to let the wuss and wuss than neurotic or schizophrenic.
— I Agree, this is also not an option. But then what to do?
— Go to sleep… Tomorrow go ask your mom. It is after all a teacher has worked all her life, have an understanding of child psychology.
The next day on a visit to Vasiliev came grandmother, Elena. After playing with his grandson and putting him for a NAP, she listened to the arguments of both parents, smiled and began her story. — Ah, youth, how I understand you. Because the problem of children’s fears faced by all parents, and my grandfather is no exception. Here Continue reading