One of the most common bad habits is Masturbation. Masturbation can occur at any, even very early, age. In boys it occurs slightly more often than girls, but the latter is usually harder to get rid of. It usually manifests itself in the fact that the boys touch the penis or RUB it on the bed, lying on her tummy. Girls brings the finger or the corner of the sheets in the sex gap or legs rubbed against each other. The child breathes, blushing. Often after that the sex organs show signs of irritation, redness (girls sometimes discharge).
You need to carefully monitor the child, not to miss the first attempts to Masturbation, not to root this bad habit.
By the way, how it is harmful? Very common are two opposite and incorrect in its extreme judgments point of view.
Some believe that if a child Masturbates, he died, it grows up to be an idiot or a psychopath. There are even parents who, turning to me for help, desperate to claim that if I, just like the previous doctors won’t be able to save their child from this Vice, they will kill him, because “it is better that it wasn’t, than he will grow defective”. The reason for such extreme points of view on the dangers of Masturbation is that among adult masturbators Continue reading
Conflicts between parents and children in the family begins at the end of the first year of a child’s life. and the end… however, they can and will not end throughout life. Causes of conflict children and adults may be several, in this case, the older the child, the more difficult to avoid family conflict. Agree that to find a common language with a difficult teenager is harder than with a baby in the third year of life .
Who is to blame in family conflicts, parents or children?
Who is to blame and what to do? Eternal questions that I hear most often. Let’s start with the first question. Who is to blame for the continued conflict between parents and children, the older or younger generation? Of course, many parents believe their children are Moody and stubborn and how many of them do not teach as they don’t explain, all trying to do it your way.
Not so simple, actually. Let’s think. If in the family there was a quarrel between the spouses, then who is to blame? Blame both. Although, of course, each spouse blames the other half. They are both right and wrong at the same time. Right, because they feel guilty the second the half. And wrong, because they believe themselves innocent in this conflict. Everything is clear in theory Continue reading