After returning from the Air Force 2013, my 12-year-old son often repeated: “Positive, constructive, responsible” … True, when I asked what he put into the concepts of “constructive” and “responsibility”, I could not say anything intelligible. I had to deal with explanations. He nodded …
Six months have passed. He is already thirteen. To my surprise, he sometimes began to ask me a question: “Why did you tell me this, for what purpose?”
A few months ago, he once again made an attempt to agree on a possible option to purchase a tablet. Despite the fact that I categorically stated that I would not get him this gadget, he did not lose hope and Continue reading
Adolescence … To pass it, you have to sweat a lot for both parents and children – all the more so since they no longer like to be considered children. The main thing you need to understand is that your children have not stopped loving you and have not become worse, they just have hormonal changes that change their moods and desires. And sometimes the brains turn off for a while …
And it is necessary to survive.
As for practical tips, then:
1. Do not lecture
If you spent the first 60 seconds of the conversation reading the notations “And here I am at your age,” Continue reading