Like the child

Like the child During interview with the perspective employee the employer does not behave passive aggressively.

Can pass some months before such type of behavior starts being shown and at the employee.

Like the child who came to new school he gets to work with the positive relation.

Everything goes well some time.

But then troubles begin.

Something irritates the employee, this irritation collects in it and eventually is shown in the form of passive and aggressive behavior, for example, of some gestures and a mimicry which do not testify to its respect for authority of the employer.

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Though such

Though such There is a set of the reasons explaining it.

For example, it seems to parents that that attention which they pay to the teenagers, encouraging them, giving gifts and conceding them to strange desires, there is quite enough.

All this, of course, too is necessary.

But would be a big mistake to consider that these can replace sincere and undivided attention.

Though such replacement is very attractive to parents.

After all it is much simpler to praise or present something, and it takes away not much time.

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Attitude Sometimes for rescue of the person there is enough only one tender word.

Attitude towards itself Our selfassessment this our feeling.

How we perceive ourselves, our life, our feelings in relation to friends all this influences our selfassessment.

Our selfassessment it and by what we are presented to another.

Our selfassessment depends on how our friends, teachers, parents or tutors treat us that they speak about us.

If you are surrounded by nice people and you get on with them, so you are positive to yourself.

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If fears

If fears But most often, feeling fear, the child is excited he rushes about, shouts, clings to you or escapes from hands, tries to escape, hide.

If fears torment him long time, both his behavior, and mood changes: it becomes silent, suppressed and boring.

Or as if on the contrary restless, irritable, conflict, it is unceasing the talkative.

Such, at first sight, unlike manifestations an essence two parties of one frustration fear neurosis.

What to do, in each case the psychologist or the children's psychiatrist will prompt.

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Crude fruit, such

Crude fruit, such Tinned fruit which are eaten by adults, are not so useful to children because of too sweet syrup.

If you give to children tinned compotes then merge sweet syrup.

Crude fruit, such as oranges, peaches, apricots, plums, grapes without stones, give between a year and two if the child has a good digestion.

Crude fruit has to be very ripe.

Cut off a peel for the child more young than years.

If you leave it, it is necessary to wash up carefully fruit to remove chemicals by which fruit trees were sprayed.

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Then you have

Then you have He is tired of these fruitless attempts soon and starts playing with food.

Then you have to clean food, having left some crumbs of meat that to it was with what to experiment.

Even, when he honestly tries to eat with a spoon, he will soil both himself, and all around, and you have to reconcile with it.

If you grudge a carpet, lay a big oilcloth under the child's chair.

If he learned to use a spoon, do not feed him more.

At first he wants to learn to eat itself, just as he wants to do everything.

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If while

If while While you sit with it on a floor, he can crawl away from you when he eventually understands that you anywhere from it will not get to.

If you take it on hands, will carry it, in the slightest attempt to lower it on a floor it will be noisy to protest.

If while you sit with it on a floor, he continues to complain, remember even any business and again leave the child of one.

Chronic unwillingness to go to bed.

This problem develops imperceptibly.

In most cases it arises at children who till months suffered from gases or regularly with irritation shouted.

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