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Usually hidden necrophiles are fond of anatomy, especially pathologic anatomy; nevertheless, I will venture to offer you a small excursion into the pathological anatomy of family communication.
Well, really, this is interesting!
A family was formed. They found each other. With truths and loves, they ended up together, all official visits were completed, the door closed pleasantly behind the last fattened guest, you can start a family life.
And this is how? What to do?
The most understandable is often the most mysterious. Continue reading
Early marriage – the creation of a registered family at an age younger than is usually done in society. A couple of young people who are too much in the opinion of young people for family life.
For the most part (according to research – about 82%), early marriages end in divorce and sobbing in the vest of friends.
What is considered an early marriage
Formally – most often these are marriages concluded immediately upon reaching adulthood, at the age of 18-20. This also includes marriages concluded before marriageable age by special permission of administrative authorities.
Worldly – early marriage is more often called marriage between people who do not have a common goal, are not firmly on their own feet, unable to provide for themselves and have not learned to respect each other. Moreover, if at 19 years old both work, study, have their own apartment, are deprived of prejudice about “paradise” family life and unceasing romance – why not? If people are able to not sit on their parents’s necks and try to ensure a decent life for themselves and their soulmate, if they respect and love each other, then such a marriage has good chances to survive. Continue reading
Grandmothers are joy. Grandmother is already a wise woman who now has time to enjoy working with her grandchildren — that is, your children, for whom you sometimes do not have enough time. If the grandmother is still a loving and educated person, then your grandchildren are lucky.
However, grandmothers are different, and the main – traditional – claim to grandmothers is that they pamper children. “And my grandmother allows me to watch this movie!” The 6-year-old girl calls out defiantly and pouts her lips. The child is about to cry, and the bewildered mother makes a helpless gesture: what can I do, since my grandmother allows. Yes, often after talking with your grandmother, a child begins to protest against the standards of your upbringing. And what to do? Continue reading