What do you do if your husband keeps counting? How does this affect the child? The psychologist answers.
Dad's an internet addictMy father, the father of our two-year-old baby, can do it whenever he can, before work in the morning, even when he comes home, one night or two, and all day long when we are home. I'm worried about the effect this will have on our baby, who sees his father play every morning: he has to arrange his empire, his trains, his warriors for the day, because he can't handle it at work.It is embarrassing for my creature to say that Dad can't deal with you right now because he's playing. Therefore, it must be acknowledged that when they are together, they are very devoted, worship one another. Our quarrels have got some clamorous because evenings don't start with the machine on, but play with the girl. And the evening routine (dinner, pancake, laying) also takes you out, as you often do with play space. Most of all, we are worried about the effect this will have on our girl. I am afraid of computerization nowadays. How will I handle this with such an attitude in the background? I think it will simply be impossible to control the computer use of our being.
The first half of your letter was bitter, and it turned out that there were changes in that area. What matters is: the child is (regularly) dealt with by the father. But the two of you are not very together. It seems that this is not just its own problem for the friar. Whether you go to a pub, go to the internet, go to sufice, do car maintenance, have a good day, run or play football every day, , or overly burdensome, want to avoid family-related intimacy, or simply not grow up to the task.
There is no reason to put an end to this as we argue with the person, though it is undeniable that Yeah, let's make you aware that this is very wrong. It may be a deceptive burden to bear, there may not be a real model for being a dad, how to live with this responsibility. It would be good if you could talk in such a way that you do not feel responsible, criticized. If they fail alone, they may want to call a family mediator or parapherician to help with the conversation. Although it's hard to get guys to do this, we can't even imagine how liberated such a conversation can be.
The father and the computer can be very useful, in fact, also in computer games. Many children today learn English through the use of play, or they are drawn to certain historical ages or economic, scientific inquiries. Of course, it doesn't matter what you play, it can be shaped and shaped. In such a tiny age, it's not a requirement at all to be introduced to the world of numeracy, in fact… But the machine is there, part of our lives is growing, today the little ones are growing up. It is interesting to show him this or that, but it should remain a sideline in life.
The parental level. Just look at her intentionally when she wants to show her something, not her father's background or the general bishop. The "job" of the little ones is to get to know the real world, to be present in the everyday life of adults, to satisfy their curiosity. That's the essence. And that's why it would be good if Dad was active in the real world, dealing with things that could involve his child.