Proper upbringing of the child boy

Proper upbringing of the child boy is based on the peculiarities of its development, other than development of girls. It is necessary to consider the parents, as this will depend much later in life your son. It is very important to educate boys

In its development the boys go through three basic stages.

The first stage covers the period from birth to 6 years of age: the age at which the boy is the most developed psychological connection with her mother. This “her” boy, even if the father’s role in a child’s life is also high. Aim of education in this period is a big boy love and a feeling of complete security.

The second stage lasts from 6 to 14 years. During this period, the boy learns to be a man, eyeing father, to his interests and actions. The goal of education in this period: an increase of knowledge, development of creative abilities. We should not forget about the kindness and sincerity – that is, try to cultivate a harmonious personality.

In the third period – from 14 to adulthood – the boy needed an example of male teachers. Parents go by the wayside, but they should provide a worthy son of a mentor to his seat incompetent peer. The purpose of education at this stage is to teach responsibility and self-respect, actively pulling the teenager into adulthood. The main criteria in the selection of teachers Continue reading

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