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Jen Ranschburg, a child psychologist, has exposed the most common mothers' doubts that occur after a baby is born.An interview with Ranschburg Jenõ was published in Maternity Magazine in August 2008.
- Let's get to the middle. Many mothers are unprepared for the birth of their first child. Happiness should wake up, but instead, the doubts overwhelm me! Because the baby does not work the way we expected it, it is not so preoccupied, it does not sleep as much, it cries much more.
- The baby is not a proponent of gaining joy. The role of parent is in the purest sense of the word. The first six to eight months of the day are about satisfying your baby's needs unconditionally. This is not to indulge, it is not monkey love! If you receive it at this important stage of development that you ask for, two or three years old, you will become a baby boy! Stability, a sense of security, is what gives him, if he is accepted, the way he likes it. It is also a fact that a well-carried, hand-held baby is three times less likely to see a hand than a person who has not had this need in his infancy.
- Do you think that without Spartan principles of education or "custom", you can endure the busy months, the many times of night awakening?
- Yes, they think we should do this. But in most cases, not as quickly as the parents' power or patience drops. I find it very important to note that these are really horribly stressful periods in the life of parents, and often require a long period of light sleep per day. But, in my experience, it often helps me to tell the tired parents that it is normal for a child to behave in a way that does not mean that they missed parenting. On the contrary, they are very good at fulfilling what they request and have available. The aim of the educator is the future, not the present! Anyone who focuses on the present is his pants, the wooden spoon is a tool for educating, or better shaping. You need to look beyond that.
- Someone who is slavish for twenty-two hours of worship, feels that they had or should have renounced their childhood. One of our readers called this slavery. Can only one mom be a good mother?
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Talented Children - Presented by Dr. Ranschburg Jen
- Everybody wants to be a good mom! It's easier to find a lighter point! And how can you be a mom? Isn't that just the one who always has access to his children?
- It all depends on the women's appreciation. A person with a positive image will not doubt his or her motherhood. However, the insecure will dare to act effectively. The likelihood of this is when a baby who is difficult to handle is born. After childbirth, the hormonal period is risky. Sensing inefficiency can make you depressed. Therefore, I believe that every opportunity should be taken to strengthen the mother (and, of course, the abbot) in her role as a parent.
- But often health professionals who come into contact with parents seem to do the opposite: they do not strengthen but rather instill confidence in the person who says it.
- It is good that there is a health care network that focuses on kid and parenting families. However, the practitioner is well advised to indicate that the parent-child relationship comes first, and everything else follows. I once proved through research that mothers know children very well. Toothed, they cover every rotation. This should not be done. Meanwhile, it is becoming increasingly common for parents to see different popes in their child - they can't listen, they don't run too confidently, they stutter and so on. Each pope has its own specialist. Meanwhile, the child develops a sense of sickness. That's what's really dangerous! Parents should not forget that the child is first and foremost a search for popes, and professionals are well advised not to come forward. You don't have to go to a thousand places with your child! I try to reassure parents that they are capable of solving the problems themselves.
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Genius, or is your child capable?lejбtszбs - Everyone knows you child psychologist. What did the fact of being a father of three with him add to the professionalism?
"I don't believe in any psychologist who doesn't have a child." I received so much from my kids and tried to be a non-expert in life. Suggestions for night sickness come from the mouth of the one who made it himself. We have been married to my wife for forty-five years and we have never been without children except for the initial month. My oldest grandchild and my son have barely any age, but I still call my little son and little son my children. My baby girl, a mother of four, is exactly what we were talking about: she was always there for her children when she was in need, but I can tell you there is no sign of relief!
The "secrets" of Suttogу
"I'm afraid of annoying Tracy Hoggon, as I admit she has made real, existent demands with her book. But I don't want you to spread the publicity that your child needs to be insensitive."
According to Jen Ranschburg, the secrets of Suttogou are for parents who want to continue living after childbirth just as they did before. The recommended methods are designed to minimize disturbance to the child. This goes against the innate, basic needs of the child, because it is healthy for you to observe yourself, to be able to fulfill your needs. The parent is good if you do NOT want to educate him!
Unfortunately, Jen Ranschburg personally cannot ask any questions, but you can read his previous answers on the website www.egyszervolt.hu, by clicking on the snapshot and by clicking on the link in the Családdi circle.