The family has the primary influence on the mental development of a child.


Conversations with the child, reading books to him, child’s participation in various types of cultural events support the acquisition of knowledge and the development of other important skills, i.e. perception, rich imagination and logical thinking skills.   In a properly functioning family, the process of adaptation + runs smoothly.

Unfortunately, however, there are also families in which the educational process is disturbed and then we are dealing with a dysfunctional family. These are often violent families.   The most common violence is violence:Physical;Mental (emotional);Neglect;And sexual violence; In the adaptation process, any kind of violence has a negative impact, especially in the youngest age. Young children are still dependent and cannot defend themselves, which is why violence is the most common at this age.

Children who are subjected to violence are dependent, and self-esteem is, to put it mildly, shaken. This in turn leads to an abnormal development of the child’s personality. The use of violence against a child leads to maladjustment in every social group. Violence has a negative impact on people’s feelings and has a very bad effect on the development of a child, or rather it is a cause of inhibition in development.

As young children do not yet have the developed ability to understand such behavior, they are therefore most vulnerable to its negative effects. The behavior of children who are subjected to violence is characterized by: school problems, problems with concentration, social isolation, anxiety, fear and flattering others.



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