Adolescence is a difficult time for both the parent and the child. Conflicts between parents and teenagers are not infrequently reflected in all further relationships. In this article, we will look at the main types of conflicts and ways to solve them.
What are the main conflicts that arise in adolescence?
Between teenagers and parents
Conflict of unstable parental perception
The child is no longer small,but not an adult. The specifics of this conflict are the same. In some ways, your teen can remain a child: untidy, restless, unrestrained, and in some ways present themselves as an adult, criticize, demand that they be respected. Continue reading
Every parent wants their child to grow up healthy, active, purposeful, learn well and easily cope with all tasks.
Most often, the problem of inattention is faced by children who went to school. Since a lot of concentration is required during study.
This does not mean that the concentration “suddenly”, it just became ore seriousm than in preschool age. Rather, he was absent-minded.
Poor concentration negatively affects the child. It is harder for him to sit in class, to focus on certain tasks. Continue reading