How many times have you put your children to bed and, after two minutes, have you heard them shouting from their bed 'I'm not sleepy', 'I'm nervous',' I want water ',' I can't sleep '... or any other call for' help 'because they can't fall asleep. It seems that a study carried out in the United States has found a key that would help children fall asleep faster.
We have all done it at some point, either because we are entertained with something else, out of laziness or because we prefer to do it at home. And it is that, sometimes alleviating the physiological need to urinate comes at a very inopportune moment. To children it happens very often, it is very common to see them dancing and jumping while the mother or father asks: but, do you pee?
How can parents understand children's tantrums? The child psychologist, psychopedagogue and psychotherapist Isabelle Filliozat, offers in her book No more tantrums, presented as a comic, the explanations that parents need to better understand children's tantrums and gives us novel guidelines to act in a concrete way, according to the child's age, and overcome without difficulties that difficult period of child behavior between 1 and 5 years of age.
Between the sixth and the seventh month of gestation, the baby begins to feel somewhat uncomfortable in its mother's womb. At this stage the baby is usually approximately 30 cm and weighs between 650 and 700 grams, and all his brain, muscular and nervous systems will be almost fully developed. The baby begins to move and kick not only because the space is too small, but also because he begins to have dreams.
Although we know that death, like life, occurs every moment, we are not usually talking about this issue just like that, much less with children. We obviously prefer to talk about life and how important it is to know how to carry it and enjoy it, however there are circumstances, such as the death of a relative, someone close, or celebrations such as All Saints' Day, which sometimes they force us to do so.
Educating in sexuality is the function of parents and the recommendation is to do it naturally from the time children are young, taking into account their emotional and intellectual maturity, avoiding advancing content that can be easily understood later. In order to further develop this issue, the psychologist Mónica Poblador answers in this interview the questions that parents most frequently ask ourselves to educate our children in sexuality.