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If you have a son Prosesnya

Presents a list of rules for moms who have sons, is not unequivocal and final, you can agree or disagree. But it was written to inspire moms who love their kids who are tired, who are proud of who just want to support their children in life. Mom — the woman in the life of his son, his first teacher, his assistant and adviser throughout life.

Further tips for moms of sons:

1. To teach him how to verbalize their emotions. He can scream with frustration or shame, he could cry with fear and excitement. Let all these symptoms emotions will remain, but it is important to speak with his son about what other people feel too similar and need to be able to talk, telling about their problems.

2. To be the main cheerleader. Shouting the loudest in the stands of the stadium where he plays. Sing songs nailed them with friends group. Show everyone the photos from his childhood or prom. To paint in his blog, he first sat down on the potty or received a long-awaited five geography in ninth grade. There is no doubt that the son of any age will blush from such manifestations of maternal love, he will be embarrassed and ask my mother to stop and never to do. But he will know that in this world there is a person, even one who is always and no matter what was hurting Continue reading

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