Adolescent depression: diagnosis and treatment
Depression is a word I hear quite often. at school, friends keep saying,"that's it, I'm depressed." I understand that often these are just words, so students can talk about their…

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What to do if a teenager is lying
An honest article by a teenager about the reasons why a child is lying and tips on how to behave to parents so that family relations are honest. I'm sure…

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Developing leadership skills in a child
Today we will discuss an important and interesting topic of leadership development in a child. Conversations about this are especially popular in recent years – there is a boom in…

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Why does a child not want to tell their parents about their problems and school

I often notice that my classmates discuss with each other quarrels with their parents. They say that their mother or father scolds them, and because of this, they do not want to say anything to them. It’s better to share your problems with your friends than with your parents.

Reasons why a child does not tell their parents about their Affairs?
Not help, but scold
When parents often scold their children, they get used to being afraid to talk about problems. Think for yourself, and so bad, the child told his parents about it, and you still scolded, said that you are wrong and yourself to blame. Or they started teaching life, that is, telling you how to do it. Continue reading

What to do if the child does not want to help their parents around the house

A child does not want to help their parents at home: 5 tips from a psychologist
Why do you need children to help?
Help your mother-she is tired and wants to reduce the load by distributing responsibilities among all family members.
Fostering independence – in the future, a child who likes to help around the house is likely to be able to easily take care of themselves. Continue reading

Psychology of 14-year-olds

For teenagers 13 14 years – the period of active adulthood. This is a time of psychological and physiological changes.

Boys and girls at 14 years of age: physiological features
A boy at this age is actively growing – over the summer, he can become taller by 10 cm.
Rapid growth can be dangerous – organs sometimes do not have time to grow at the same speed, and the spine is sufficiently strengthened to cope with the new load. Continue reading

Parent resource-where can I take care of myself and my child during quarantine?
Today, Russia and the world have a difficult situation in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. A quarantine has been declared, children have been transferred to home schooling, and parents are…

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How to find a common language with a teenager
Probably the most common complaint of a teenager is "my parents don't understand me". In this article, our young author, Alina, will talk about how to find a common language…

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Psychologist for children 8-9 years old
Every child's age is special, it has its own psychology. As their child grows up, parents have to solve new questions. In order to make it easier to raise a…

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How long can a child sit at the computer
Today, the topic of the child and the computer is becoming more relevant. The number of computer games and apps for children is growing. On the other hand, experts come…

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