13 signs that the child is mocking at school

The new academic year has recently begun. For many schoolchildren, this is a joyful event: they have already bored summer. Others do not want to return to study and organized school life. But in some children, the idea of returning to school is caused by strong fear, because they know: they will have a persecution.

To help a child who has become a victim of bullying, it is important to notice the problem in time. If you have paid attention to some of the signs of possible dysfunction of the above school, it’s time to seriously talk to him.

1. The child does not want to go to school. He can beg his parents to allow him to stay at home, exaggerate the symptoms of the disease, or skip.

2. He stops talking with friends. The child becomes alienated, asocial.

3. His mood changes sharply. If it begins to torment depression or anxiety for no obvious reason, this may be a sign of dysfunction, in particular, school persecution.

4. He complains about health. The child is tormented by headaches, abdominal pain, his general well -being worsened. Stress affects the physical condition of the body in children and in adults.

5. He has sleep problems. It is difficult for a child to fall asleep or get up in the morning, he urinates in bed or he is tormented by nightmares. It can be difficult for him to disconnect from heavy thoughts and experiences. Fears and depression do not allow to sleep.

6. He comes home hungry. This may mean that he is taken from his money for school breakfast.

7. He avoids going to the toilet at school. In the toilet, the child is at a dead end, and there are no adults nearby who could come to the rescue. There often overtakes offenders.

8. His things disappear or are broken. Pay attention to broken or missing toys, school supplies, mobile phones. Those who mock a child often take away or damage his things, thus splashing their aggression and trying to suppress the will of the victim.

9. Bruises and abrasions are noticeable on the child’s body. Even if he says that he just fell, you should not exclude beatings.

10. A performance falls. Bullying prevents them from focusing on studying. He can skip lessons to avoid meeting with offenders. And they can steal or tear off his notebooks with homework.

eleven. He breaks anger at parents or brothers and sisters. If they mock and mock the child at school, often he begins to take out aggression on loved ones.

12. His interests on the


Internet are changing. Sometimes children can close the screen of the phone or computer when you are near, because they are ashamed for the fact that others write about them in the network. Or a child may begin to show an obsessive interest in social networks, trying to protect himself from attacks or constantly checking whether they wrote something offensive about him.

13. The child is in a hurry home. The child tries to return home as soon as possible after class, afraid that offenders will wait for him near the school.

Unfortunately, there were always those who like to mock others. You, as a parent, cannot expect that the child himself decides to openly tell about what is happening. It is possible that he is tormented by shame and it seems to him that he himself is to blame for what is happening.

Having learned how to notice anxious signs, you can call him a conversation in a timely manner. You can start with a simple question: “In my opinion, you recently reluctantly go to school. Maybe something or someone bothers you there?”

You can share the stories of an unfair relationship from your childhood: “When I went home from school, one guy constantly ran after me and threw stones at me. Maybe something happened to you too?ÂťPerhaps you and in adulthood have come to face persecution – for example, from your colleagues at work, and you are well familiar with a sense of helplessness that the child experiences. Calm down him, promising that you will not react to his story inadequately and will not include him even more trouble.

Most of the child’s fears are understandable-they say, mom or dad will be furious now, they will run to complain to school, and because of this I will look stupid and they will be even stronger than me. Many parents are afraid that the child will begin to poison at school. We all want to protect our children, but in order to do this, we must be able to recognize the problem in time and find a way to gently and tactfully talk to the child about what is happening in his life.

Visit to a sexologist: how he threatens you?

Deciding on a visit to a sexologist for many is still not easy. What is happening in this office? We have collected the most popular questions of customers and answers of therapists-sexologists.

What happens during therapy?

Leave fantasies, sexologist does not occur in the office of a sexologist.

“Some clients are surprised and disappointed without seeing in the office of vibrators and other sex toys,” says the therapeut of the therapeut of Kimberly Remo Anderson.

As an Anderson’s RETRACTION explains, sex therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which the main attention is paid to issues related to sexuality: experiences, ideas, and behavior.

– I try to interpret the sexual capabilities, expectations and satisfaction of the client, taking into account his life history, including sexual. Of course, we sometimes discuss “risky” topics, including very intimate details, but any sexual contacts in the process of therapy with a sexologist are excluded, ”she says.

What customers are addressing a sexologist? Can I come alone (one)?

“Different people turn to sexologists, you can come alone, without a partner,” says sexologist Megan Fleming. – They come to me both together and one by one. Clients of any age, any sexual orientation, any ethnic and religious affiliation are found.

But telling a stranger about an intimate life is inconvenient?

At the thought that you will have to discuss your sex life with a stranger, you may feel uneasy. Most customers at the beginning of work feel awkward.

– When a new client enters the office, my first task is to create a comfortable atmosphere for him so that he can calmly discuss his problems. Sex is a taboo theme, and most people are ashamed of their sexuality, ”says sexologist Kili Rankin. – But is it not better to discuss problems with an erection with a professional instead

U principu, prepuštajući se ljubavi u svu strast, moći ćete potrošiti dvostruko kalorije. Međutim, s jedinim stanjem ćete izvesti preparati za potenciju položaj. Ne nadajte se da su kalorije izgorjele u orgazmu. Potrebno je samo 10-15 kcal. Sve ostalo što trošite u tom procesu. Nemoj pretjerati! Seks s treningom može se miješati, ali ne i da se zbuni.

of complaining to her best friend?

What problems are most often talking about people who have addressed a sexologist?

Specialists have to work with different problems, but some are most often found.

For example, which ones? Decrease in libido, inconsistency of the sexual needs of partners, problems with an erection, premature ejaculation or delay in ejaculation in men and problems with excitement, orgasm and pain during sex in women.

“Clients also treat problems that are associated with behavior, not physiology: dependence on pornography, complexity with the resumption of sexual relations after treason,” says sexologist Ian Kerner.

Will there be „homework” from the therapist?

Yes. He can direct you for an additional examination to the doctor to exclude the medical causes of your problems.

-When the sexologist figure out what is happening with the client, he can begin to give certain tasks-for example, read something, try or do something. Therapy should be focused on obtaining a result, and the therapist must constantly monitor the progress of the client, ”says the sexologist and family therapist Gracie Landes.

Therapy can really help

– Most feels some relief after the first session. The therapist may need several more sessions to decide on the treatment plan, but the first meeting with a specialist will help to return the hope of healing, ”says the psychologist and psychotherapist Stefani Buler.

David Hoffman „oligarchs. Wealth and power in New Russia „

The oligarchs-the product of the stormy era of the 90s-became the first capitalists in the country, where for 70 years the desire for economic success was considered a matter of jurisdiction.

The oligarchs-the product of the stormy era of the 90s-became the first capitalists in the country, where for 70 years the desire for economic success was considered a matter of jurisdiction. American journalist David Hoffman, chief of the Moscow Bureau of The Washington Post from 1995 to 2001


, explores this specific Russian phenomenon with maximum thoroughness. Portraits of powerful people of his time – Vladimir Gusinsky, Boris Berezovsky, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Alexander Smolensky, Anatoly Chubais and Yuri Luzhkov – in his book are built into a historical context and are accompanied by interviews with heroes, their associates and opponents. Without idealizing domestic oligarchs, Hoffman draws them alive, complex people who managed to catch the imperative of their time better than others.

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