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Children harmed by indifference

Children harmed by indifference



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We give children strength in the December 2018 report, it alarmed about alarming results. As many as 73% of children aged 11-17 have experienced at least one form of abuse. 57% faced peer violence. Many of the children couldn't handle it. Every 6 decided to be mutilated, every 10 attempted suicide. The problem is huge. And from month to month, unfortunately, it does not decrease. People working with young people even talk about growing problems.

Teachers have similar insights. Polish children are increasingly suffering from mental disorders.

In the average Polish class, different types of mental problems affect two to four students. It happens that in a 30-person class as many as 10 children have a diagnosis. General classes are transformed into integration classes, principals are making efforts to hire additional supportive teachers. But despite these actions, there is a drama. Teaching is getting harder ... Instead of focusing on the core curriculum, teachers are increasingly faced with attempts to control the class.

Jarosław Pytlak, teacher, headmaster, goes a step further on the "Around school" profile and writes directly - "schools are turning right into psychiatric care facilities before our eyes. "calls for employing psychologists and even psychiatrists in schools.

What can we parents do with such disturbing report results?

Primarily stay alert, do not run away from work, do everything to spend as much time as possible with your children. Do not rely only on short alertness exchanges, but conduct real conversations. Ask what upset you today, what is important to you, what are you afraid of. Take children seriously, do not underestimate their problems, show empathy and understanding. Give real support.

Real conversations take time. Many children open only when they feel fully accepted, know that they are loved and supported. It's not enough to sit down, clap your hands and say, now speak, because I have time. You need to spend time actively with your child, be next to each other and be together. Often the most important sentences fall between the lines ... The parent should be open to them.

We should not hurt our children either ineptitude, giving them everything they want. Although this is a natural reflex, children should experience a refusal. They should feel that they are required to do so, that the parent does not do everything. This gives birth to a healthy view of reality and protects very much in the long term.