10 Negative Effects Of Beating Children As a Discipline Method

10 Negative Effects Of Beating Children As a Discipline Method

There are some serious long-term effects of beating children as a form of discipline. Not only is it physical abuse, but it can cause aggressive behavior in young children and affect brain development. Disciplining your child is one of the most challenging tasks beyond the first few months of motherhood. Children will undoubtedly become more…

Are you An Angry Mom? 6 Simple Secrets To Get Your Mommy Rage Under Control

Are you An Angry Mom? 6 Simple Secrets To Get Your Mommy Rage Under Control

Continue reading if you’ve ever wondered, “Why am I such an angry mother?” Moms are sometimes furious, screaming, and out of control, and they often feel alone, but there is hope! Do you find yourself threatening, punishing, or yelling in frustration? Do you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, weary, or stressed, and unclear of how to…

How Fear Conditioning In Childhood Affects Children Later In Life

How Fear Conditioning In Childhood Affects Children Later In Life

Learning to associate unpleasant occurrences with the environmental cues that anticipate such events is a necessary survival skill in animals. The fear conditioning paradigm exemplifies this type of associative learning. For some people, conditional dread could be extremely intense and long-lasting. Classical Conditioning Classical conditioning, also known as Pavlov (classical conditioning)ian conditioning, is the process…

Understanding Disorganized Attachment and How to Heal It in Adulthood

Understanding Disorganized Attachment and How to Heal It in Adulthood

What Is Attachment Babies are programmed from birth to seek connection and closeness to their primary caregivers in order to survive. Because of this deeply ingrained connection-seeking behavior, a kid might form an attachment to their attachment figure. A kid can fall into one of the four attachment groups listed below, depending on the kind…