Try to calm

Try to calm I understand that you simply splash out the irritation.

Try to calm down, she tenderly put the hand on Gerry's shoulder.

You have any troubles at school?

Gerry brought a school bag from a table in the hall and got a notebook for examinations.

Well if only not to consider the two on mathematics as trouble, he said sarcastically.

You want to talk about it now or slightly later?

I do not understand why I have such low mark, mothers, Gerry told much more softly.

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Closer by years

Closer by years The child with big hobby plays pans and other house utensils, than cubes and blocks.

Most of children love soft toys dolls and animals, but some are indifferent to them.

Closer by years it becomes more interesting to child to imitate adult and senior children.

At first he imitates that mother and the father do, for example, sweeps a floor, washes the dishes or has a shave.

After years his imagination becomes more creative.

At this age children play with dolls and toy furniture, with trucks and especially willingly with cubes.

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Oh, if his parents

Oh, if his parents Ponder upon words of Volume, it in them and is felt.

Oh, if his parents only knew!

They sincerely loved Thomas, but did not realize, how seldom looked in the face to the son, and is alas generally strict, reproachfully or indignation.

Unconsciously Tom guessed that generally in own way parents love him but because contact of eyes bore only negative emotions, it always had a false representation how actually they concern him.

Remember how he told: Actually anybody does not have to me business, except my friends.

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Sometimes

Sometimes Especially often the tic meets at the nervous children having strict parents.

Sometimes mother or the father do to the child of the remark and give orders as soon as he appears nearby.

Perhaps, parents constantly disapprovingly treat the child or demand from him too many, or overload him, forcing to practise both music, and dances, and sport.

If the child grew bolder and objected, he would not be so internally intense.

But, being brought too well up, it constrains and accumulates irritation which is shown in a tic.

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Inquisitiveness

Inquisitiveness His imagination developed to such an extent that he is able to present himself on a place of other people and to imagine those dangers to which it was never exposed.

Inquisitiveness of the child haunts neither to him, nor another.

He wants to know not only all phenomena have the reasons of all events, but also what relation personally to it.

He overhears about death and asks: what is such and whether he has to die too.

These fears are especially typical for those children whom irritated, forced to eat and use a pot, often told exciting, terrifying stories or threatened too much and abused, or excessively sponsored, or did not give the chance to develop independence and sociability.

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It is possible

It is possible Therefore it is easy for child to eat him, even so far he has no teeth.

Here the easiest way to prepare meat for the child: naskoblit the necessary amount of crude meat stupid edge of a knife or a spoon and put it in a cup which should be put in a pan with the boiling water.

Meat is ready when red color finally disappears.

It is possible to add milk or water to pulp, then weight will turn out more juicy.

Other method such: quickly to fry a piece of meat to kill bacteria on its surface, and then, strong holding it in hand, to oskoblit a spoon.

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