FREE BROCHURE: “Cards for Rainy Days (and Social Distancing)” – 55 Family Activities That Connect and Build Psychological Resilience

FREE BROCHURE: “Cards for Rainy Days (and Social Distancing)” – 55 Family Activities That Connect and Build Psychological Resilience

The free brochure Cards For Rainy Days (and Social Distancing) created by Center’s psychologist Tea Brezinšćak, has been a great success. In just twenty days since we have offered 55 family activities that connect and build psychological resilience as part of psychological support for parents and children, it was read and downloaded over 13,000 times on our site for free. Another 5,000 readers reached them through social networks and other websites, which offered them for download, such as 24sata.hr and roditelji.hr and numerous elementary schools and kindergartens.
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BULLYING: The perpetrator is not a bully but a child, and needs help as well as a victim and a bystander

It is crucial with to build a relationship of trust and security with a child from its early age. This doesn't mean that the child shouldn't have any consequences for his or her behavior, but that the consequences shouldn't be replaced with the violence or focused solely on child's negative behaviors. Consequence of behavior should also be praise, corroboration, parental attention... which can be given to the child whenever he or she behaves in the way that parents expect od in the way they believe that child should behave following their example, in accordance with clear and unambiguous rules. 
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Answers to Most Frequent Questions Asked by Sexually Abused Children

Adults can sometimes hurt children and youth in many ways. Sometimes the older child or a teenager hurts and abuses the younger child. There are four forms of abuse: physical, emotional, sexual abuse, and neglect. In this text we will focus on the most frequent difficulties and questions children who experienced sexual abuse are coping with. We also know that children who were hurt in other ways also cope with these questions.

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What is virtual violence or CYBERBULLYING?

Virtual violence, or cyberbyllying is every communication activity via the Internet (e-mails, web pages, web logs) video media or mobile phones which serve the purpose of humiliating, teasing, threatening or terrorizing a child in some other way.

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What is domestic violence?

Family is where children and youth should feel safe and loved. We expect family members to show respect for each other, like we expect it from all other people we meet. You have the right to express opinions and all other members have the same right, including your parents. When parents' opinions are in disagreement, they still have the right to express them, of course, showing respect for others.

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Attitude to one’s own physical appearance

In today's culture of life, physical appearance is one of the most important attraction determinants among people. It plays an important role in creating the image and impacts on the quality of social interactions and development of relationships. Therefore people are very concerned about their appearance in the initial social encounter. They also have expectations about whether they are going to be accepted or rejected, based on their appearance.

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What can change after parents have divorced

You will most probably live with one of your parents. It may happen that you stay in the same home and one of your parents moves out. It may happen that you and one of your parents move to another flat or a house. The parent with whom one does not live most often has regular contacts with the child. They spend certain days of the week, weekends and holidays together.

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