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Children need to be guided: he knows what is best for him. The authority, which is what allows the child to assimilate the fundamental prohibitions related to socialization. Frustration is a necessary experience in child development : to live in society, he must learn to forego immediate satisfaction of all his desires. should also keep in mind that love and authority are consistent : the one derived from the other. Indeed, it is because you love your child you set him banned for his safety and well-being. Put barriers in the way of the child, it is also helping to move: a marked path is reassuring, the child will gain confidence and be better prepared for independence. Without authority, the child may feel neglected, abandoned. How to exercise its authority? The essential ingredient of authority is communication : an outright ban, without explanation, has no meaning for the child, it is unnecessary and even harmful. It is important to clearly explain simply why you forbid your child certain things. It is also important that parents agree among themselves whether the child hears “yes” on one side, and “no” on the other, he never obey and will soon play on your disagreement. Also in this consistency, authority implies that yourself, parents, you apply the rules imposed on your child. Do not forget, you are a role model for him . However, it is important to leave a margin of action for the child – safely of course: that’s what Dolto called “risk-taking”. Do not frustrate the child growing number of prohibitions throughout the day: the child must be able to form their own experience. The failure also has educational value. Finally, we must not confuse authority with authoritarianism. You become overbearing if you inhale a sense of fear in the child, if your instructions are issued so illogical, if they are unjust, if you deny childhood any expression of moods or states of mind. Read the rest of this entry »
Many mothers suffer when choosing the collation of their children, and it is regalonearlos but healthfully How? Here are some ideas: • Include fruits and vegetables: fruits and vegetables are the best bet in what refers to nutrition, and vitamins and containing fiber. It’s a good idea to eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Read the rest of this entry »
Breakfast always and completely as possible.
Limit precooked , processed foods and fast foods (burgers, pizzas …), they contain more saturated fat, sugars and salt.
If the child refuses a food, it should not be forced to take it . Children decide whether or not to eat, and the amount taken. Parents decide the type, quality and variety of food.
No food should be prohibited, unless the child is allergic or have intolerance to it. Children should allow them occasionally whims. Not bad to eat chocolate occasionally. The prohibition of certain foods (sweets, soft drinks, hamburgers …) can attract the child’s attention to them and make them look more attractive and desirable. Read the rest of this entry »
Strategies to achieve good habits
How to achieve a healthy diet
Food is a process that accompanies us throughout life and helps us to meet all needs
Food as a conscious act must provide the nutrients needed at each stage and achieve that growth and physical and mental development to occur properly. The choice of food must be correct to acquire good habits. These form what is called the feeding behavior, and they depend on the state of health of each person.
Feeding environment there are many factors that influence the choice of foods.
These connotations can be emotional, religious, social identification, … Read the rest of this entry »
How does the nursery parenting?
Parents commit at least half a day per week in the care of children. They are assisted by professional permanent childhood qualified employees of the crib. Two adults, a permanent graduate, must be present at all times. It is mandatory to have the presence of a person for five children who do not work, and one of eight children walking. Finally a doctor is “attached” to the nursery . parents are asked to participate in the running of the creche (management, administration, cash management, equipment maintenance …). Meetings are held regularly. And every month, a schedule is completed to determine the presence of parents. Read the rest of this entry »
The mites are one of the main causes of allergies in children. We explain how to remove them at home.
Decreasing the concentration of mites in the environment is the first step to prevent disorders related to allergy . The main measures are: ventilation and cleaning. So we must act: Ventilate daily and for some time the house, especially the bedrooms. The mites thrive in warm, moist environments.Therefore, room temperature should be about 20 ° C. While humidity should not exceed 40-50%. Read the rest of this entry »
Children with xeroderma pigmentosum , a rare genetic disease, are called the children of the moon because the disease requires them to avoid the sun at all costs (they only come out at night). In France, it relates to a birth in a million.
The Xeroderma Pigmentosum in Latin means “dry and pigmented dermis.” At birth, the skin is dry and the first contact with the sun’s ultraviolet lamps or those of certain causes reactions hyperpigmentation, brown spots called photodermatitis. Other signs may also appear as eye problems or nervous disorders. Read the rest of this entry »
The eternal problem of getting children to eat fruit and vegetables could be worse than ever. Parents today have to compete with junk food, snack vending machines, soda and other options quick and easy to get and generally are far from healthy. But you can teach children to develop a better eating habits. surprise you to know that children normally choose nutritious foods when given a choice, but it’s up to parents to give them those options and encourage travel to the supermarket is a good point starting. “Involving children in grocery shopping taught to choose products and other ingredients,” says Kristen Bardon, clinical dietitian in the Department of Clinical Nutrition at MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas. “It also helps them learn how to prepare healthy meals.” Read the rest of this entry »
Mental health disorders are not just about adults. In fact, estimates indicate that up to 20% of children and young Canadians may suffer from a mental illness. Such disorders can affect the development and functioning at home, at school, with peers and with the general population. These disorders are the most disabling of all. The good news is that early diagnosis and treatment can give a child the tools to lead a normal life. Read the rest of this entry »