How to raise a girl . – since I have a daughter, this issue really worries me! Because of the proper education of girls depend on her relationship with men, her happiness, her fate. And since she is a future mother and wife, from her upbringing influences the atmosphere of her future family, the destiny of her children.
You ask: “Is it that serious? After all, we as educated? Grew up we were independent and we learn ourselves. And our daughters life will teach!”
And let’s remember, how, and most importantly who we were raised? Why now, many women think and feel themselves above men, wiser, smarter? Why in many families, the man plays a secondary role? How often we hear the phrase, “Men only want to bed…”
Look, as the woman took in the family place head of the family! Why do we no longer trust the upbringing of children by their own father? How many women live alone, and dreaming about the “perfect man”. Moreover, they are confident that all normal men have already discussed, were only drunks!
Answer the question: “Who has been raising the girls?” Right, mother and grandmother, i.e. women. Of course, all right, if not one “but”…
Our women go into force of circumstances (Civil, Finnish. Patriotic wars), has long Continue reading
Reverent attitude to strong drinks, sometimes considered the distinctive features of the Russian people. This statement can be argued, but to some extent it’s probably true. Therefore, it is useful to talk a little bit about alcohol during pregnancy.
Pregnant woman even at all desire can not drink alone — it will always be fruit. Alcohol easily passes through the placenta and enters his body. Moreover, there was not the best way. Harmful and the alcohol (ethanol) and its decay products is acetaldehyde, for example. Alcohol may cause spasm of blood vessels of the placenta and umbilical cord, which leads to oxygen starvation of the fetus.
Acetaldehyde reduces levels of zinc in fruit cells, inhibiting their growth and development. It can cause changes (mutations) in the DNA of germ cells, and this may lead to gross malformations of organs and tissues of the fetus. In addition, alcohol causes the deficiency of vitamins, disrupts the exchange of other important substances — hormones, prostaglandins, etc. eventually affects many organs and systems of the fetus, but more especially of the Central nervous system (including Continue reading