Today: October 19 2017
Fear, guilt, shame, sadness, sadness and, of course, anger - all these emotions have an undeserved reputation of negative. Many believe that it is better not to experience them at all, but if someone shows them, it automatically becomes a very, very bad person. Psychologist Elena Lavrova tells why negative feelings are useful and they should not be afraid. Myth 1: negative emotions - bad, harmful Apparently, the first place in the top of the most terrible emotions in the world is occupied with anger and fear. The average person wants to kill everyone right from the morning: people are furious in the subway and bus, irritating colleagues in the office elevator. And when in the evening you decide to calmly drink coffee with your girlfriend, there will certainly be a couple next to you with a screaming little child. How long?
From time to time, each of us there are times when it seems that you did not just come out of your comfort zone, but were kicked out of it by a kick in the back for not paying the rent. A journalist and blogger from Belarus, Olga Primachenko talks about what to do when she throws you out of the comfort zone ... Familiar and familiar ends abruptly, like words in a fateful decisive conversation. You seem to jump into the sea from the cliff, sometimes even before you can get air into the lungs: you know that you will float to the surface, but you do not know when. And then there come times, to which no one has ever prepared us, but with which we will perfectly cope - the times that will show us, not what we stand for, but what we want.
We do not notice how we often teach our children to do what we say in words. What kind of "bad manners" often take from us children? Remember how often we inspire the child that it is necessary to cross the street only to the green light, and meanwhile, grabbing the baby by the hand, we often run over to the red one. "The policy of double standards" for their children seems to parents so natural that we seldom realize in it the report. We easily accept the "harmless" trifles, which our children do not understand, and then we are indignant: "Well, to whom he grew up like this!" Here are just seven of the most inconspicuous and (in the long run) dangerous acts that most of us do every day with children , without even noticing it.
We all constantly face a variety of problems. All of us periodically "hang" in heavy thought, how now to be, so that the problems do not weigh heavily on us and do not prevent us from enjoying life. REMEMBER! Learn to distinguish your problems from others. Do only your problems. In other people's problems, take part only if you want. Do not touch what does not depend on you. Let off steam. Standard bouquet Anya lives with her husband, son and daughter in a two-room apartment in Plyavnieki. Liza's daughter goes to the fifth grade, Artyom's son goes to the kindergarten, her husband leads the building materials base.
A cherished dream of a parent to buy a magic remedy and raise your child's immunity to such heights where the runny nose, cough and heat can not reach. But alas, this means does not exist yet. Good immunity is a long process that begins when your baby is born. Let's try to solve his secrets. Our expert Daira Branca, pediatrician of the Children's Clinical University Hospital What is it? Immunity is the ability of the body to resist all sorts of infections and harmful substances. The immune system of every child must grow stronger by itself. During illness the organism learns to react correctly to pathogens - viruses and bacteria. Diseases stimulate the work of immunity, make the body fight the disease. Runny nose and cutting a baby's teeth can be accompanied by fever.
On Monday, 3 March, for the Orthodox around the world began the Great Lent 2014, it is also called the Holy Pentecost. This is a time of humility, prayer and repentance in perfect sins, and not just a diet, as many imagine. The meaning of these seven weeks is the purification of the soul and the victory of the spirit over the flesh, and the goal is the preparation for the celebration of Christ's Resurrection, Easter. The Great Lent is the time when Christians renounce worldly entertainments and subordinate their souls to repentance and serve the Lord. Fasting lasts seven weeks and ends with Easter. This year the bright Easter or Sunday falls on 20 April. Fasting is established in memory of the fact that Jesus Christ in the wilderness fasted 40 days (therefore the Fourteen days). This period in worship is dedicated to repentance and purification from sins.