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Everyone has the right to have rest, whether it is a child or an adult. One way to combine the rest of children with the rest of parents from children is to send a child to a teen travel ym-ywha camp.

Having come to this idea, you look through a huge number of tourist avenues, visit a lot of Internet resources in order to choose the camp where your child will be safe, involved and having fun. And so the ticket is bought, suitcases are packed, and on the appointed day and hour the child is handed over to the counselor and put on the bus ... Your child goes to the ym-ywha camp, it would seem that you can breathe peacefully and enjoy the weeks of rest, but your soul is not in place, and the questions are getting to the head "How is he there?", "Is everything alright?" And you just have to calm down and convince yourself that everything is good, that in case of a threat to life or health of your child there are a lot of professionals to watch your child.

Parents, especially those who sent their child to ym ywha camp for the first time, begin to worry, and some even break down, go to ym-ywha camp and take their child home.

The advice from a psychologist: "It is not necessary to react sharply to child's complaints and his disappointment with the camp life. Most likely, this is a temporary phenomenon associated with the so-called period of adaptation. A few days will pass and your child will calm down, get used to and, probably, at the end of the shift will not even want to go home. "

Adaptation period can last from two or three days to a week. This is the time of getting used to ym-ywha camp, the customs and routine of the day, winning places in a new children's team and establishing relations with the leaders. The faster a child finds friends, the more often he participates in games and other events, the faster and more painless adaptive period will be. As a rule, already on the second or the third day a teen stop complaining to the parents that he is bored or does not like ym ywha camp.

The ease of adaptation depends on the characteristics of character, temperament and way of upbringing. For faster and painless adaptation to ym-ywha camp, it is desirable that the child is able to establish interpersonal contacts with peers and maintain them, that is, to be friends.

Not always parents can foresee what difficulties their child will face in a children's summer camp. And the child himself is not always sure how his next vacation will develop. It is difficult to predict anything, because much depends on those children and adults who will become his family for the whole shift. Nevertheless, take care of the "weather" in ym-ywha camp in advance. And for this, try to answer important questions and listen to a few tips.

Think about why you want to send your child to ym ywha camp. Do you want to turn his boring vacation into one exciting weekend? Or are you motivated with a desire to improve your child's health far from urban smog? Or teach a timid and shy kid independence and sociability? Or maybe you want to take a break and delegate his outdoor education to specialists even for a few weeks? Answering these questions, you will understand whose interests are guided with first of all - by your own or your child.

Allow your child participate in choosing ym-ywha camp. Listen to his wishes and requests. So the child will see that parents respect his opinion, and therefore, will continue to listen to him. This will strengthen sense of trust between you, so necessary for the upcoming short separation. After all, if a child trusts you, there is a high probability that he will not hide from you his difficulties and problems that he will encounter in ym-ywha camp.

Do not forget about friendly and family ties that are very important. You can offer your child to go to the camp with his friend or boyfriend, brother, sister or with someone of other relatives of the same age. When there is someone close to the child, it will give him confidence and strength to cope with temporary separation.

Try to talk to your child in advance about possible difficulties, but so that you do not frighten him. The best way is to tell how you yourself were in the teen travel camp and how to cope with your problems. Unobtrusive tips and advice from his mother's and father's experience will one day be very useful to him.

Try to make sure that a trip to a teen travel ym-ywha camp has become for your child an achievement and a testament to his independence and growing up. Upon returning home, tell him how proud you are that he managed to live away from his parents and endured all the trials. Especially this assessment is important for teenagers.

Adults try to organize life of their children in summer camps with interesting and rich events. Usually children are waiting there for an ocean of impressions and entertainment. But each child can have difficult days - when nothing pleases and there is only one wish to go home. Such outbursts of yearning can periodically absorb a child. It quickly passes, if otherwise everything goes well with him: good friends, events full of positive emotions, understanding counselors.

But, if a child does not have relationship with children and adults, and the days are endlessly dull, he feels trapped. Parents are far away, and they do not want to hear anything about a earlier return home. Teachers and counselors are not ready and do not always know how to help you child cope with problems. Peers do not care about his experiences. At best, they will move away from the child and leave him alone. And whatever the health system ym-ywha camp is famous for, the mental strength and psychological state of a child will improve only upon returning home.

Only parents can support a child in difficult times for him. Unexpected and pleasant visits, attention to his experiences and anxieties, heart-to-heart talk and joint walks around neighborhood will help their child cope with another bout of longing. And for one of the children the best psychotherapy will be a trip home for the weekend or returning from ym ywha camp before the end of the shift.