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Raising a child and being single is very different from being healthy when brothers and sisters shape life.
Being One…We are three brothers, so I know the beauty, agility, and hardships of the great family. When I got to know my brother, I woke up like a kid. My pregnancy, my birth was nice, but somehow I didn't count on what came after. Almost the childbirth is overwhelmed by the question, should I ask, and if so, when? I'm afraid I can't handle the burden of a child.
This is topped off by the invaluable mental problems I brought with me when I was a kid. Sometimes I feel like I have a ton of weight over my head that is about to fall… Is it normal to feel it? Is it wrong if you don't have a brother? What are some like? What if he says to me that he is a lover and has no siblings?
J. H. In Hungary, fewer than one child gets married. This means that many people grow up without siblings. There are different reasons for being a child. Many people refer to financial problems, to insecurity.
Others claim that they would be prevented from pursuing their next "break of rest" with their baby in their professional careers. However, such hardships also tend to have psychological problems that no one is comfortable with. Hilda made a big leap by daring to articulate her fears: she's afraid she won't be able to stand with two children, but she may be hurt because she doesn't have a brother.
Hilda knows the essence of the thing very well: raising a child "good" at first is much easier than two or more, but in later years life has more pitfalls for single-parent than for parent-parent.
The first years
If the child stays in the center
This is especially true of a family raised in a family where the relationship between the parents has broken down, because the mother or father alone can fulfill the need for love and care. At this point, the psychologist puts up with at least one dog!
It's not uncommon for one's parents to quickly grow upand have problems that others share with their more friends and grown relatives. It is also typical that their own newborns are treated with extensions. They do not take into account their personalities, and expect them to do what they have failed to do. This is mainly the case of elderly parents' children.
Practice makes itThe distinctive rules of the Commonwealth must be adhered to, so as not to drift to the margins of society (and society). Some of them start with a disadvantage from this point of view, as only young, well-off, mature adults are available on their practice field. You don't have to compete, adapt, haggle with anyone, or learn how to respond to your sometimes unkind, sometimes indefinite behavior.
Many simply behave very strongly when it comes to community: either he'll be impious because he's served everything so far, or he's violent because he's used to the price in the house. Neither admission can enter a peer group.