By Steve Biddulph
Las niñas de hoy en día viven en un mundo que las hace vulnerables. Preocupaciones como estar delgadas, vestir a l. a. moda y gustar a los demás aparecen cada vez a una edad más temprana. Como consecuencia surgen ansiedades relativas a los angeles autoestima y, por desgracia, los problemas en los angeles alimentación y las autolesiones se han convertido en algo relativamente frecuente.
Con Educar niñas, el psicólogo australiano Steve Biddulph hace un llamamiento a los padres para que conozcan los conflictos a los que se exponen sus hijas y sepan cómo afrontarlos a fin de que el día de mañana estas niñas se conviertan en mujeres sanas y fuertes.
Educar niñas analiza cada etapa de su crecimiento, desde el nacimiento hasta los angeles edad adulta y además considera cada uno de los problemas más habituales: el acoso, las drogas, el manejo de las redes sociales y las relaciones satisfactorias con los chicos.
Apoyada en los últimos avances en el campo de l. a. neurociencia y llena de historias reveladoras, esta guía para padres y educadores será una fuente de información tremendamente útil para afrontar con éxito cada etapa de los angeles vida de las niñas.
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When the child wants to be solitary (sufficiency), don't treat this as an antisocial or unfriendly act. Appreciate the child's capacity for his or her own companionship and self-directed play. " The foundation for contentment is liking oneself.
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If in a single-parent home, the only child can feel like a co-member on the team that keeps the family going, in a twoparent home, a sense of belonging in the relationship between mother and father can cause the only child to feel part of the parental marriage. "Particularly when I was a young child, there wasn't much social distinction made between my parents and me. They were linked to me and I was linked to them. I always felt attended to by one of them or the other. As I grew old enough to have opinions, I was consulted in family decisions.