Does your kid have the nightmares?

Ralph
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Re: Does your kid have the nightmares?

Postby Ralph » Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:07 am

The question is a task for the brain, it is a work for him, which he must deal with, for that is his destiny. And we need a full-fledged work of our brain, in order to be masters in our lives.
But if a person has his brain working, then it will be a very difficult person to manage, he may even be extremely difficult to adapt in that social environment where people do not think where people compare computers - they remember the information and then issue them on command ready answer.

lenny
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Re: Does your kid have the nightmares?

Postby lenny » Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:22 am

This depressing emotional state is manifested in the child's every minute readiness for an imaginary threat in certain situations. The fears and concerns haunt and torment the kid. He falls into a closed space of a vicious circle of negative experiences.
Causes of increased anxiety:
1. Dysfunctional relationship with the mother, her rejection of her child, thus deprived of affection, love, protection.
2. Excessive anxiety of the mother, trying to protect the child from any life trouble, most often existing in her imagination. Staying alone, the baby begins to worry, get lost, afraid of everything.


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