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Date: May 23rd
Successful socialization of the child
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The ability to say "no"
Our children tell us “no” not because they have learned to say no. We just got them. We have lost their attachment to us, and they no longer want to listen to us. But they became attached to their peers. They begin to copy their behavior patterns.
Kindergarten is inevitable. The lack of critical thinking does not divide the actions of peers into good or bad. Therefore, it is very important to develop critical thinking. For this, there is a cheap essay writing service Bidforwriting.com that will allow you to teach your child to think critically through writing papers. It is simply important for a child to be with someone even in this. In adolescence, personal desires are added.
If there was no “no” practice in the family, peers will not hear this “no” either. This is not about the fact that "everyone tries and I want to." It's about the fact that if I don't want, I didn't like it, I can refuse.

“No, I don’t want to run around abandoned garages with everyone.” "No, I'm not going to steal for fun." "No, I don't want to participate in bullying." The ability not to merge with others, but to remain true to yourself and your interests. The fourth point follows smoothly from this.

 


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