One of the most unpleasant topics in raising a child is theft. Therefore, we understand perfectly well the parents ‘ excitement about this difficult topic. Money and things in the modern world are important elements of a happy life, a child understands this at the age of 5, and maybe even earlier. Interestingly, until the age of three, a child does not even distinguish between such concepts as “yours” and “mine”. So if a two-year-old kid took another child’s shoulder blade on the Playground, he’s certainly not a thief. But the older the child gets, the more serious and conscious such actions become. Moreover, the” object ” of attention can be not only other people’s things, but also money. And then mom and dad have a question-what to do if the child steals? Continue reading
At 13, adolescence is in full swing. The body and attitude to it changes, active separation from parents begins, in the language of psychology, “separation”. Many past beliefs have been destroyed, and now it’s time to find and establish new ones. A 13-year-old teenager opens up a huge number of realizations, conflicts and ways to cope with them.
Strange, but often it is at thirteen that the most serious and improbable things happen.
What happens to a child at the age of 13: age features
Thirteen years is an explosion for a teenager. It is as if at 11 years old he was approaching a cliff, at 12 he fell off it, and at 13 he is already flying down at breakneck speed. Continue reading