A Cinderella story is a wonderful tale, but in real life you have the will to get on the ball. Or can life to sit behind the stove, waiting in vain, the good fairies and a handsome Prince.
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You studied, worked hard, learned many things and achieved a lot, became a mother! You have come a long way and you have every reason to be proud. But after all these years you still experience self-doubt! How is this possible?
Take the short quiz to find out how much you are a confident person.
1. I am very worried, if wittingly or unwittingly hurt someone, spoil the mood
2. In the presence of an authoritative person (the boss), I always hesitate
3. I often hide their feelings (both positive and negative)
4. If the pause in the conversation dragged on, I feel very embarrassed
7. Often I hesitate to call in official institutions
8. It is very difficult to start a conversation with a stranger.
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Raising children can be different, because there are so many different styles of parenting recognized and not quite. Most often we bring up our children in the same spirit in which we were educated in the family parents. When they become parents themselves, and knowing about all the shortcomings in their education, we are like puppets, we repeat the same mistakes on their own children. Look at these most common styles of parenting, you may recognize in this list your family archetype.
You’d think people who were brought up by liberal parents, absolutely happy. Who wouldn’t want to have parents who can’t sleep tonight as long as you wish, and in the morning, on the contrary, to sleep it off before dinner; go to any parties and events without even asking when the baby will come back; they don’t even mind guys stay in your room and never come to your office without knocking. Alas, people who grew up in such families the lucky ones yourself do not. The problem is that children need boundaries, if not to give them guidelines of what is permitted and not permitted, they become overly spoiled and often don’t know at what point should stop. Talking with a friend who grew Continue reading
Two-month-old child is markedly different in its development from a newborn — his behavior more consciously. He is no longer completely dependent on unconditioned reflexes. Now the child uses them to their advantage. His reaction to visual, auditory, and tactile sensations cease to be instinctive, and the behavior is changed in accordance with ambient conditions. During periods of wakefulness two months baby most of the time active and takes an interest in the outside world. He listens to the sounds and examines the room in search of new visual images. When any new object is a child rejoices and holds look at it. With special pleasure the kid sees their own hands and learns to keep them in sight. Parents and the child continue to talk one-on-one, described in the previous Chapter, but the nature of these “dialogues” are changing. To develop and maintain them can still only an adult, but now the child knows how to announce that it is time to pause. Alternately looking at you and looking away to the side, he is able to maintain a “conversation” long enough, not nervous and not overworked. You notice another important change in behavior of the kid — he began to smile more often. As a rule, at the age of three weeks a baby smiles at the sound of that familiar voice, and at the age of four weeks — at the sight of a familiar face. Happy two months baby not only familiar faces, Continue reading