This article is not about education in the pedagogical sense of the word, but to circumvent this important question we could not. And although books on child pedagogy lot, but still interesting to see how raising children in different countries. Well, contact the eyewitnesses.
In his book ‘Sakura & oak” V. Ovchinnikov, telling about the life, the way of life in Japan and England, recreates a lot of interesting details of raising children.
“there are Few on the ground of the countries where the children would be surrounded by more love than in Japan. But the seal of subordination is even on the parent’s feelings. Eldest son stand out among other children. It is treated literally as the heir to the throne, although the throne that only the parental home.
From an early age such baby is often the most obnoxious in the house.
It is taught to perceive concessions granted, because he will be then not only taking care of elderly parents, but the responsibility for the family as a whole, for procreation, for the father’s house.
As the eldest son grows up, he and his father begins to decide what is good and what is bad for his younger siblings.
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It is no coincidence that nature “intended” so that kids born from two “halves” – mom and dad’s. That is why it is so important to the education of the child was attended by both parents. The gender of the baby is irrelevant. It is considered that boys need a father’s education more than girls. But the significance of the Pope for girls is huge! Pope underpin the development of femininity in their daughters, looking at daddy, girls, and then girls, determine criteria for the choice of her future husband. Dad teaches his daughter to interact with the opposite sex (how you should behave with boys). Daddy’s love gives the girl a sense of confidence in their own attractiveness and femininity.
For girls is as important daddy’s praise and love, as for boys.
Father’s role in the upbringing of his son – in the first government, to show, how to be a real man. But it’s not every dad is behaving like a real man. And in this case, dear mom, raising boys without their dad, better a good example of a grandfather than a bad example of the Pope.
In a family where there is no father, but has a loving mother, the boy could only feel the lack of male attention and care. Everything else is able to give the mom and family. Continue reading