The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority, Part 2
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The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority, Part 2

Violence is inherent to human condition. It is born of the frustration of our omnipotence, our vital energy. This violence that we want to restrain and ignore, has a price to be paid. The inevitable circulation of this violence means that if the parents do not take responsibility for it, it comes to the child…

The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority
English posts | parenting

The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority

Violence is inherent to human condition. It is born of the frustration of our omnipotence, our vital energy. This violence that we want to restrain and ignore, has a price to be paid. The inevitable circulation of this violence means that if the parents do not take responsibility for it, it comes to the child…

Christmas Blues & Family Stress
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Christmas Blues & Family Stress

CHRISTMAS BLUES AND FAMILY STRESS Christmas tree, decorations, gifts, the holiday atmosphere is synonymous with family reunions, fun and good mood.  Nevertheless, nostalgia, the anxious need to display a feigned and normal joy, the race for gifts and the end-of-year questioning mean that holidays can be stressful. Beyond its religious symbolism, Christmas confronts us with…

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Back to school!

First day at the nursery, kindergarten, elementary school or college: all these first times make us grow. These back to school times are as many rites of passage, symbolic points of rupture allowing our children to gain in maturity and autonomy. However as parents, we have to accept them as well… It can stir feelings…