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The portal N1 television entirely publishes the text of Bruna Profaca, PhD, about parental stress and crisis on 21st April:
“The crisis we live in, which includes isolation, loss of income, fear of illness and existence, among other things, has psychological consequences. A special form of stress is felt by parents trying to explain it all to their children while helping them cope with the same problems.
Clinical psychologist Bruna Profaca, PhD, from the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center tirelessly advises parents and children in many ways to overcome the crisis as easily and painlessly as possible.
In a recent article on the Center’s website, Parental Stress, and Crisis, she explained in detail what the stress that parents are experiencing in this situation, what it means, and how to deal with it best. We convey some of this article as a tip to parents about what to do specifically and how to set up.
Parental stress is usually described as a disturbing sense of self and a child, but such anxiety and discomfort parent directly attributed to the demands of parenting that is upon it, explains Profaca. The complexity of parenting at the time of the epidemic is beyond question, but it also cites a humorous example of a mom seeing her situation … ”
Disclaimer: This is unofficial translation provided for information purposes. Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center cannot be held legally responsible for any translation inaccuracy.