Public upbringing

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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Felix » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:12 am

How do you think, how can you figure out - what is the thing that your kid does have the talent to?
I mean - there are so many different arts, sciences, there will not be enough of the whole lifetime to try all of them) But in the same time we all want our kids to find themselves in the area of activity that suited them the most. Should we search again and again - or should we just rely on the blind luck - and not to torture the kid with lots of the schools and courses?
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Romario » Tue Feb 27, 2018 4:49 pm

I don't even know how to say it clearly. I think that parents should greatly pay attention to it because upbringing is everything. This is hard to do in a world with so many competing demands. Good parents consciously plan and devote time to parenting. They make developing their child’s character their top priority. Once you're a parent, you have to learn to put your priorities below your children's, and to make the sacrifice but do not forget that your upbringing can be for your baby's sake for sure.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Duke » Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:45 pm

And not only because of the process of socialization. Daily regime. Most adults are not accustomed to live strictly by the hour, whereas, in fact, it is very useful for the organism - a walk, go to bed at the same time every day. Discipline. In kindergarten, a child becomes familiar with certain rules of behavior and learns to respect them. Independence. In the kindergarten the child has an opportunity to express himself, he is more independent, because there is anyone who will take away a toy or feed from a spoon a child as he does all that is necessary according to his age, including caring for himself. In kindergarten, the child receives opportunities for intellectual and physical development.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Tyler » Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:23 pm

You know Dear guys. I am glad to see you again and again. Public upbringing is inappropriate way to behave with a baby. I must admit that upbringing should be suitable for the age and children's development. For example I am against physical punishments, and some other cruel ways in children's upbringing. But not all parents really understand that such approaches can be harmful and painful for your baby. It is natural when parents have different approaches. Public upbringing is the the least thing you should do.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Bart » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:27 pm

Upbringing means parents responsibility. If you are a responsible parent you will be lucky to bring up worthy person. I think that there are many actions good parents should not do. And the first one is physical punishments. It doesn't matter wherever you are at home or on public. Physical punishments is what parents should not do in any case. There are many different other way how to bring your child in a good way. But still.. You might choose right approaches to your baby.......
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Davis » Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:13 am

Therefore, it is often enough that teachers draw the attention of parents to the shortcomings in the upbringing of children.
Today, the Internet and modern technologies are making their own adjustments to the upbringing of the school-age child. On the one hand, on the Internet you can find the necessary knowledge and many opportunities for self-education. On the other hand, children in most cases prefer to spend time in social networks, replacing live human communication with virtual acquaintances and entertainment.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Joel » Sun May 13, 2018 6:24 am

In some countries, men have several wives, and who can afford and whole harems. Women in these countries have learned to perceive each other not as rivals, but as partners, perhaps even girlfriends. They all live together, love one man, raise his children, enjoy his kindness, goodness and so on. But not all women are suitable for such a community. To live in an atmosphere of polygamy, it is necessary to grow up in the traditions of the East - this is a special culture, sometimes inaccessible to understanding people brought up in the tradition of monogamy, in which a man has one wife and a woman has one husband.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Adrian » Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:04 pm

However, I do not presume to assert that in our centuries-old social understanding, though some good is original, there is a certain underlying motive for any choice from outside. A person can be taught to live according to absolutely unacceptable rules for him, according to such rules, which absolutely do not meet his interests and contradict his nature. An example of the same sects is a vivid confirmation of this. However, if no one and nothing distorts the perception of reality by people, they are striving to create family relationships, they bring in children, grow them, and enjoy it.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Caleb » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:24 am

And what do you get in return, temporary enjoyment, look at how the above industries, or rather their cream, live on your money and shake, while your life is standing still, it does not change for the better, you have not even come close to the life that people live, to whom you pay, which many, perhaps you also consider a successful life. Well, what about yourself, are you not worthy to pay yourself not to spend money on the infinite satisfaction of your desires, which do not lead to anything, and thus be satisfied with the small in this life.
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Re: Public upbringing

Postby Natan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 4:07 pm

The sense of duty in our society is respected, praised and cultivated, because it obliges us and other people to do great things. And it does not matter if you want to do something or not, if you must, do it! Do what you must do, and why, why and for what - it does not matter! If a sense of duty obliges a person to do something, then no questions on his part are inappropriate. In addition, not every person asks himself why he owes something to anyone, even to himself. Because other people decided this, or because he himself decided so? Let us in this article understand what - who, and why we should and should it really.

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