We will also concentrate on the moment, which is not always taken into account, but we must keep it in mind. There is a Vedic system of education for boys and girls. It is a completely different upbringing. Boys from the age of five in the Vedic society gave to the theological school. In raising boys and girls there is a difference, just as there is a difference between a man and a woman.
The difference is that the boy should be educated in responsibility for society, for my future wife, my future children and to increase the overall strength of mind, strength of knowledge, strength, skill, i.e., to cultivate the positive qualities associated with the liability. Educating girls is to give her understanding of the importance of: what is family, what is it that she was oriented in all family matters and family relations as a fish in water. In the Vedic culture the girl brought up at home, and mom often helped friends and acquaintances, skilled in various fields: in cooking, embroidering, etc., and also the quality of character of the girl was brought up in accordance with the behavior of the adult female, which she was looking.
The boy was educated at a theological school, his spiritual master – the person who possesses Continue reading
The lectures of the famous British child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst addressed to pediatricians, internists, obstetricians, nurses, and, of course, parents. For parents and expectant moms and dads – this book is immensely important because it relieves the unfounded anxiety and instills confidence. It describes and analyzes motherhood as it is, without horror and embellishment. For example, the feeling of total absorption in newborn, bordering on extinction of self, depression and irritation, fear of being “a bad mother”, the strange behavior of the child.
Professionals will be pleasantly surprised or, conversely, puzzled and a little shocked, but I’ll get food for thought.
Probably, Winnicott was also a kind man.
It is difficult to write the Foreword to the book, which is not like him, but maybe even harder to the one that is admired. I want to use some superlatives, and I think, I myself would this Preface did not believe. But what to do if the book of Winnicott is really an absolutely unique phenomenon in the psychological and psychoanalytic literature, and his figure is seen standing at the gates of modern non-classical analysis may be a kind of measure things.
I remember such a case: Continue reading
1. Wash your hands before you take the child.
2. Keep the nails of their hands always clean and bobbed.
3. Wear 4-ply mask of gauze or a clean handkerchief if you suffer from a runny nose.
4. Do not take a pacifier in the mouth or baby spoon.
5. ‘t have to kiss the person, hand the baby.
6. Give the child a separate bowl.
7. Do not hold and do not let into a room where an infant, Pets (dogs, cats, birds).
8. Do not allow the child sick children, and adults.
Daily toilet of the child
Spend a morning. Hands and face are washed with boiled water, eyes wiped with a cotton ball soaked or boiled water, or a solution of boric acid (1 tsp. of boric acid to 1 Cup of warm water), holding wool from outer corner of eye to nose. For each eye your cotton swab.
Nose clean cotton wicks, paraffin oil lubricated; Pinna – the flagellum of the wool. Continue reading