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Happy baby curious child turns into a bond


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Do not always wear it when you cry, because it will never drop your roul! You know the glass, aren't you? But the opposite is true!

The baby, like the puppies of the primate, is fully served after birth. You need your parents' protection and care for many years to come. It is only natural that the mother needs a cuddly arm instead of the baby's loneliness, and it is not a must when she is close to body all day long. If this requirement is met by the mother, she will feel a little safe, not anxious, and balanced. The world is interesting to discover as a place to go, so start with it when the time comes.

Hitchhiking

This process is obviously not that simple. Initially, the baby is perceived to be in a "state of blissful ignorance," and it makes little difference to him or her to wake up to daylight, just to feel safe. But after half a year, I would say that Mom has only one, and she hasn't been so keen on greedy lady courtship since then. A little grumpy with strangers, and sometimes his own parents get in trouble. Let's just call it that, though it's not that easy to bear. The little one thinks about us, tests his own boundaries, eludes us, but in the same way he loves and loves us as he did a year ago.

Once every baby grows up


This is a great task for the parents. The so-cuddly, fluffy baby lives a timed bombshell in the family. It's time to prove that we can let go of our baby if needed. We can find the points (there are not many yet) where we can provide him with stability and limit him where he really needs to be. If we have found the rules for our own family, these should be consistent. If one day is not free, but the other day is, the child is confused, and he tells us with much more faith:

The souls adapt

It has been widely believed - and this has spread in the public mind - that the quality of mother-child bonding formed in the early months determines a person's entire life. If the relationship between the baby and the mother is cloudless, it will establish a safe, balanced relationship with the rest of the human being, their couple, and their own children. And a "cold-kept" baby will become an incapacitated adult.

And finally, if the relationship between the mother and the child is uncertain (once given, sometimes rejected), then the child's adult social relationships will be dominated by uncertainty and anxiety. This is a very simple, logical approach, and a serious attempt to get all the trouble out of it. Today, we see the situation much more subtly.
Children also adapt well to some severe conditions. She may also be a healthy person who has been hospitalized for months in her infancy, or her mother has been unable to maintain a balanced relationship with her due to postpartum depression. In fact, it is not how we had difficulties in our infancy, but how we went about how we processed them. The parents play an important role here.
You need to make sure your child feels that he or she is in a painful situation. The point is that the little one does not get left alone with sin. Let's take an example: Yank is separated from my mother because of an exam. When they meet again, the baby is frantically lamenting against him. If the parent gets hurt and deals with his own temper, the child has to deal with the problem alone. If, on the other hand, a disapproving behavioral supervisor appeals with affection, the child will experience that there are difficulties in life, but sin can be shared and there is someone else.

Are you finally leaving?

Many parents are almost terrified of their first self-steps. She grabs the toddler's hand, becomes discouraged when she would rather spoon than suckle, when she's happy to run into the nursery group room when she first goes alone to her friend, and so on. What are you up to? Perhaps you are about to lose your child to an old age? Yeah, she's losing the little, well-served pawn she's taken for granted after birth.
We have to accept the changes, and we also have to change ourselves. This is to let us know that after childhood and adolescent drunkenness, we return to our children. Mature, more prudent, but the same child. We didn't lose it! - Conclusion problems in childhood- Is the mother's relationship with the child really closer than that of the father? - The psychoanalysis of the mother and child can have a good effect