The reasons for skipping classes can be different, for example, a conflict with classmates or a teacher, difficulties in mastering the program. In this article, I consider only one reason – unconsciousness.
For many years at school and in the social rehabilitation center for minors, I had to work with “difficult” teenagers who regularly skipped or did not attend school classes regularly. And at that time they walked, used drugs, stole, robbed, committed robbery.
Working with them, I was convinced that a large or significant part of the problem lies in the unconscious behavior of the guys.
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“I can’t believe she did this,” Mrs. Batten begins the sad story of her family. “She was such a good girl, she never complained, she never created problems for us.” It seemed to me that we gave Debbie everything she needed: clothes, comfort, religious education. Why did she even want to commit suicide? How could she take these pills? Did she really want to die, or was she just trying to attract attention? I’m so confused. She became so mean and sullen. I could not talk to her, and she herself did not want to talk to me. She just wanted to sit in her room alone. And her marks in school were getting worse. ”
Mrs. Batten was sitting on a chair, her shoulders were lowered, there was no ordinary gleam in her eyes. Continue reading
By four and a half years, the child is changing greatly externally. Usually, by this time, there is no trace of children’s puffiness. This is due to the fact that after four years, subcutaneous fat deposits practically disappear, and muscle tissue, on the contrary, develops very actively.
In addition, bone tissue builds up, and the baby seems to stretch. The cranial bones also develop, so do not be surprised if suddenly at some point it seems to you that the child’s head has grown disproportionately.
Large muscles grow very quickly, and small ones (feet, fingers, intercostal muscles) are inferior to them Continue reading