Putting limits on our children is to let them mark roads, help them to be in the world around them, to understand it and enjoy it at the same time.
Boundaries are needed in education
Setting limits is necessary in the educational process of our children. It is something that the professionals agree on. Doctors, pediatricians, teachers, psychologists, pedagogues, etc., agree on the need to go marking the children in their day to day, and also point out the dire consequences of not doing so.
In these times when many families choose not to follow the authoritarian educational model that they possibly received from their elders, there is uncertainty to be on the subject of limits. “We cannot let them do whatever they want, but we do not want to be a sergeant who’s been commanding all day …”
We have to set limits to our children, we have it clear. But the question we ask next is “How do we set limits?”
Let’s put the subject a little… Read more
Exercise is essential for all children, and this does not exclude children with asthma. The practice of a sport not only helps control weight and contributes to the development of muscles and bones in the child, but helps strengthen the respiratory muscles and make the lungs work better.
Thus, children with asthma not only can, but should play a sport or physical activity frequently. Regular, moderate physical activity has a positive effect on the immune system and can reduce allergic inflammation. Read more
Among our missions as parents, it is undoubtedly to instill in our children the love and re
spect for the planet on which we live. Children are no strangers to the changes that our planet is suffering and it is important to get them involved in your care since they are small. Minimal gestures like throwing trash in the bins or care for a plant helps them start being environmentally responsible. Read more
There is a principle of the very basic education that says that you cannot expect others to do what you do not do , or what is the same, that the “do as I say, I do not” is a very poor educational method doomed to failure, because children pay more attention to our example than our words.
As we explained a couple of years, raising a child is everything we do when we are not educating them , so we parents think a little about what we asked them to do, because we demand things totally convinced that it is but then it is best that we do not do them : nine things we hope to do our children, then we do not do. Read more
Like physical abuse, psychological abuse sequel in personality and self – esteem of our children.
When we talk about child abuse image that comes to our heads it is that of a parent beating his son, however there is another kind of abuse that leaves no physical trace but psychological, the so-called psychological abuse.
A recent study conducted by scientists at the Simmons School of Social Work of Boston (USA) shows that do not need to hit a child to leave marks for life in his personality, but simply shout. Read more
Not only sugar and tooth decay is a problem for the mouths of children. The lifestyle also influences and refer to childhood stress can affect oral health of children in various ways.
Small they not have a job or have to worry about paying the bills and yet a significant number suffer stress. The causes that cause? Academic pressure, parental separation, lack of free time, social problems … And in recent years it seems that childhood stress figures are increasing. Read more