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Homeroom on the theme “the Joy of communication”.

 

Without communication can be not a individual or even human society as a whole. Communication to humans is its habitat. Without communication it is impossible the formation of the personality of man, his education, intellectual development, adaptation to life. Communication is necessary for people in the process of joint work and to maintain interpersonal relationships, recreation, emotional discharge, intellectual and artistic creativity.

The ability to communicate simultaneously and natural quality of any person given by nature, and a difficult art that demands continuous improvement.

Communication is a process of interaction between individuals and social groups in which there is an exchange of activity, information, experience, skills and results of operations.

In the process of communication:

transmitted and absorbed social experience;

there is a change in the structure and nature of interacting subjects;

formed the variety of human personalities;

is socialization.

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Styles of child rearing.

 

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

The code of the parent guarantee the unconditional love and acceptance.

 

PARENT

1. Guarantee the unconditional love and acceptance.

Main motto: “WE love you as you are, always!”.

Never put your love to the child depending on his achievements of any kind: good appearance, winning the contest, getting great grades for the control or fives in a quarter!

Your son or daughter must be absolutely sure that your love for him is unconditional and absolute, and that you and all your family would be happy to see him successful, prosperous and popular.

2. Motivate on “achieving success”.

^ The motto: “We all rejoice in your success and progress!”

Repeating his baby, fleshing out exactly who all: all relatives, your friends and co-workers, neighbors, in General, all of whom you will depict his victory. “Imagine how you will admire. “Tanya, Ivan, list buddies child, whose opinion of him significantly. Add that ever after, “when you become an adult and famous, your friends will remember how you lived with you in the same yard, went to the same school.”

3. Exclude motivation “failure avoidance”.

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