One my acquaintance always in detail explains to the child why she forbids it something to do.
Jackie, do not touch the doctor's lamp because you will break it and the doctor will not see.
Jackie looks at a lamp with concern and mutters: The doctor does not see.
In a minute he tries to open a door on the street.
Mother warns him: Do not go to the street.
Jackie can be lost and mother will not find him.
Poor Jackie considers this new danger and mutters: Mother will not find it.
It is not necessary to speak to the child about so many possible misfortunes.. . . . . . Read more -->
The child can be sick or hit, and his susceptibility is not absolutely predictable at this time.
Sometimes the illness or pain can increase its ability to perceive attachment and tenderness, sometimes, on the contrary, it can hide even more deeply in the sink, as a snail.
We, parents, have to be constant on the alert to take that advantage which this opportunity gives us and to show love to the child when he is sick or suffers.
The child will never forget these precious specific minutes of emotional bond.. . . . . . Read more -->
Round it heated arguments though in those days perceived a problem rather as theoretical, but not as real inflamed.
However came true even more, than the author predicted.
Doctor Benjamin Spock, the glorified children's doctor, claims that the condition of modern society drives him to despair.
In the book the Best world for our children it says that it is grieved deeply by cruelty of the world where children daily face stains and violence where they should escape from bullets, but not to play a ball.. . . . . . Read more -->