When the general doctor doesn't help: Psychosomatics and children

When the general doctor doesn't help: Psychosomatics and children

All moms know it, that feeling of fear and helplessness when their baby is in trouble. We then place our children in the hands of doctors or healers. But what if they can't figure anything out? What if repeated colds, tummy aches or headaches, or even more serious problems, don't have a physiological explanation? And if they have it, then why is it that your child suffers such unpleasantness? And if you're considering whether it's possible for your child to simulate, believe that psychoso...

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Phenomenon called psychosomatics

Phenomenon called psychosomatics

We can describe psychosomatics like a condition in which the psychical imbalance is reflected into real physical symptoms. A lot of banal and also more serious health complications arise due to stress, tense relationships and general mental discomfort. In these cases, many of medical examinations will not help you  as well as the best medications. You should rather  try well-targeted therapy. Some experts agree that it is sometimes necessary to look for the focus of problems by t...

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How to Learn More Effectively: 7 Tips for Children and Students

How to Learn More Effectively: 7 Tips for Children and Students

School is an important part of every child's life. Some students navigate through school more or less smoothly, learning well and easily, participating in extracurricular activities, and facing no issues. These students achieve excellent results with minimal or no effort.However, there are also children who don't feel comfortable in school. Despite their efforts, they struggle to get good grades, either unable or unwilling to learn. Many children face memory problems, live in stressful environme...

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How should the media approach sensitive topics?

How should the media approach sensitive topics?

Sensitive topics such as sexual violence or any form of violence, death, or other emotionally charged subjects require a delicate yet open communication approach. The media often portrays these situations menacingly in headlines, attracting readers out of curiosity. However, such articles frequently lack detailed explanations, leaving readers with a sense of uncertainty, fear, and anger.On one hand, there are articles that occasionally depict situations in a frightening, critical manner without ...

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Questions and Answers: How to Recognize a Manipulator in a Relationship?

Questions and Answers: How to Recognize a Manipulator in a Relationship?

How can I immediately tell at the beginning that someone is a manipulator, and that I should avoid starting anything with them?Recognizing a manipulator at the start of a relationship can be very challenging. These individuals are often charming, attentive, show affection, and seem like perfect partners. I think a good strategy to determine if your potential partner is manipulative is to express disagreement or a different opinion. If they are interested in understanding your reasons and r...

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Perpetually Ill Children: How not to break down from it?

Perpetually Ill Children: How not to break down from it?

If you have a little one at home who has just started kindergarten, chances are you're caught in the cycle of runny noses, coughs, and other preschool illnesses. No one is likely to find joy in this situation, especially when returning to work after maternity or parental leave. So, what can you do about it? Every parent is happy when their child is healthy, content, and comfortable. When that's not the case, it drains the energy of everyone involved:- The child, who has to take syru...

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Stereotypes in Child Upbringing

Stereotypes in Child Upbringing

Today's parents, especially mothers, face various unsolicited pieces of advice on how to raise their children, essentially from the moment the baby is born. Some unsolicited advice begins even during pregnancy, such as "now you have to eat for two," and so on. Pregnancy itself is challenging, as a woman prepares for the role of a mother, with the child growing beneath her heart, and such advice is often not very pleasant. Moreover, in today's age, we have access to the internet and inform...

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The hell of a violent relationship doesn't end with a breakup or divorce, especially when there are children involved.

The hell of a violent relationship doesn't end with a breakup or divorce, especially when there are children involved.

If you've lived with a manipulator, aggressor, or otherwise toxic partner in a relationship where children were born, know that getting rid of his toxic influence won't be easy. It's great if you can end the relationship to save yourself and your children, but it's important to realize that it won't be simple.A toxic person won't let you live your life. They feel intense anger that you've left them, and if you've found the strength to leave with your children, be aware that they will use a...

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What do women, exposed to pressure from a toxic ex, feel?

What do women, exposed to pressure from a toxic ex, feel?

 A woman, a mother of children from such relationships, faces immense stress, uncertainty, fear for her children. Instead of enjoying pleasant moments when the children return home, she often has to emotionally piece together scattered children for several days. When she calms down, she has to go back to the father, as decided by the court. The court may impose fines, parenting measures, and ultimately take away the children and entrust them to a father they fear and do not want to be...

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"A Good Mother"

"A Good Mother"

Being a mother is incredibly beautiful and exhausting at the same time. Every mother experiences moments when she is in complete harmony with her child, everything is great, they understand each other perfectly. But parenthood also brings with it opposite moments. These are the times when a mother is tired, sleep-deprived, and feels like a complete failure. In these moments, many mothers start to doubt themselves and feel that they are not good enough. Unsolicited advice from others often ...

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My partner is addicted to alcohol, how can I help?

My partner is addicted to alcohol, how can I help?

To begin with, let's briefly explain what alcohol is and how alcohol addiction develops.Alcohol is a dangerous substance, and it has the highest number of addicts among all addictive substances. The danger of alcohol lies, among other things, in the fact that in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, it is associated with various social events, such as birthdays, weddings, Christmas, New Year, and so on. All these factors contribute to our tendency to perceive alcohol as something normal, asso...

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How is it possible that we can so easily fall in love with an aggressive manipulator?

How is it possible that we can so easily fall in love with an aggressive manipulator?

Love is beautiful. When we fall in love, we feel fulfilled, happy, and loved. If our partner is initially charming and we feel like they understand us perfectly and would do anything for us, it's not hard to lose our heads and ignore occasional outbursts from their side. After all, they love us, right? When they occasionally explode, we accept all their excuses. We say to ourselves, "I probably should have done something differently to avoid making them angry." We easily disregard the warn...

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What to do when a child doesn't want to go to school?

What to do when a child doesn't want to go to school?

This article includes: expert advice, commentary and a discussion with a psychologist. Every child sometimes wants to skip school to avoid a test, an exam, or simply because they don't want to wake up early in the morning. Let's remember our school years; we've all tried to persuade our parents a few times and come up with various reasons to avoid going to school. If your child occasionally tries to convince you to let them stay home now and then, it's not alarming. The problem arises...

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Psychologist's Advice: 8 Tips to Encourage a Child to Poop

Psychologist's Advice: 8 Tips to Encourage a Child to Poop

Parents are increasingly dealing with children's issues related to withholding bowel movements. This doesn't only apply to the transition from diapers to the potty but also to older children who have already passed that stage. A child can urinate without any problems, but when it comes to pooping, they hold it until it becomes really urgent. Sometimes this can take a few hours, and at other times, even several days. Parents try to address the situation with both positive and negative appr...

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We have decided not to have children

We have decided not to have children

Not having children was a completely voluntary and mutual decision for you, yet there are those who don't quite approve. After all, you must still reconsider it and it comes with age, because the person you're talking to knows many couples who had the same attitude as you, and it changed over time. Is having a child really perceived as a life milestone that we all have to reach at some point? Or do people simply fail to understand that just because something is done by the majority doesn'...

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