Spiritual needs of the child and types of family education
It is unlikely that anyone will be surprised by the statement that the family is of paramount importance in the development of the child’s personality. However, about what this family should be like or what should be such in a family that meets all the needs of the growing individual, we often have a rather vague idea. The family should be prosperous, it’s a fact. What is meant by this well-being? Material wealth? Having both a father and a mother? Strict upbringing of children or a democratic style?
Of course, a child in the family should be full, dressed, healthy, loved, only then we can talk about its normal development. is that enough? Psychologists say that along with such needs of the child as the need for food, healthy sleep, clothes, the family must also meet certain age and spiritual needs. They are also called basic needs of the child in the family, and not for nothing, it is the satisfaction of these needs in childhood that ensures the full development of the person’s personality, the activity of his life position, self-confidence, high self-esteem, such important qualities as dedication and responsibility.
Such basic social needs of the child include: