In the story of B. Almazov’s “Gorbushka,” the father talks to his son about his wrong behavior. When the boy blew a ball of plasticine on the earring, he threw a piece of bread at it. The father decided to tell Seryozha how his family lived during the lockdown and why the boy did not have a grandfather. The boy wept when he heard about these events and told his father to punish him. The father did it differently. He knew his son would understand everything. This is exactly what happened: Seryozha told his father to tell all the children about the life of his besieged family.
One day, the father noticed that the boy was in a bad mood and decided to find out why. The teacher punished his son Seryozha because he pounded another boy. Seryozha was not happy, as Grishka was the first to start. My father took out an old album and told about the family’s life during the Leningrad blockade. Realizing that he had done wrong, the boy suggested that his father go to kindergarten and tell this story to everyone.
Family relationships can be benevolent when parents delve into the problem and want children to know what is important to them in life and how to behave in difficult situations. This has a beneficial effect on the personality development of the child.
The influence of family members on the formation of the child’s personality
1. Alexander Blok loved and respected his mother, Alexandra Andreevna. She instilled in him a love of poetry and introduced him to the poems of Y. Polonsky and A. Fet, A. Grigoriev, and V. Solovyov. Alexander confided in his mother the most intimate feelings, and he read her first poems. She always supported and understood his creative impulses. They were spiritually close, and Blok said: “My mother and I are almost the same…”.
2. The mother of the writer Viktor Astafiev drowned. His grandmother, Katerina Petrovna, was engaged in his education for a short time. He considered her a guardian angel. She noted that her grandson liked to compose and affectionately referred to him as “a liar.” Astafiev wrote about this in his autobiographical report “The Last Arch.” In the story “A horse with a pink mane,” the writer draws the image of a grandmother. As an adult, V. Astafiev remembered this gingerbread in the form of a horse with a pink mane as a symbol of their grandmother’s love and kindness.
3. educated Vladimir Dahl’s parents and people. Mother, Maria Dal, spoke five languages, and her grandmother, Maria Ivanovna, studied Russian literature. Father Christian Dahl (Ivan Matveyevich) knew several languages and was known throughout St. Petersburg. In the family of Vladimir Dahl, everyone read and appreciated the word, including the popular.
4. The mother of Yuri Shishkin, a famous modern accordionist, was a good seamstress. He also loved opera. Yuri remembers that music was constantly coming from the radio. And my mother often sang “Carmen.” Yet Yuri first wanted to become an artist. Mother insisted on musical education. Yuri became a virtuoso interpreter of opera music on the button accordion and never regretted listening to his mother’s advice.