Fairy tales accompany us from birth and, like lullabies, go all the way from birth to adulthood. Since childhood, we read and tell stories to our children and grandchildren, so that they do not fall asleep without a portion of one or two or three fairy tales. Someone believes that the child should lie down and fall asleep in their secrets, someone believes that, on the contrary, it is necessary to give a charge to sleep, completing a fairy tale with a beautiful ending: "Here is the end of the fairy tale, and who listened-well done." Fairy tales were told to us, and we to our children, and they to the next generation, as the Bible says. We all grew up on fairy tales.
There are tales that were passed from mouth to mouth, like legends and epics. Each nation has its own invaluable fairy tales, which trace the wisdom, courage, kindness, its own national color. Today there are fans who write fairy tales, they will also go down in history, because every fairy tale has our life with its corners and turns, wisdom and courage, even didactic, educational.
When we read fairy tales to children, have we ever wondered what they mean? What impact do they have on us? Are all fairy tales equally useful? Can fairy tales be "harmful"? Who are they for and how do they affect them?
In a fairy tale, it is easier to convey your message to the soul, "to hook the necessary strings". In the tales of the encrypted messages, which "captures" our subconscious mind. It is not for nothing that they say that fairy tales teach us life, but they not only teach, but also cure psychological problems of a person. Psychologists pay a lot of attention today to the development of fairy tales, their meaning, what meaning this fairy tale carries. After each fairy tale, my grandchildren asked such questions that sometimes it was necessary to think before answering the question on the text of the fairy tale.
Fairy-tale therapy can overcome hyperactivity and aggression of the child. Unfortunately, in the West, it is fashionable to immediately put children on antidepressants, but in the old days, grandmothers could put their older children in order with fairy tales and parables. You must have patience and, as I wrote, great love for your child. It is not for nothing that they said that patience and work will overwork everything…
And changes in the family, the birth of a second or subsequent child, a new father or mother-all this affects the child, and there are moments in the fairy tale that children catch and imagine themselves as this hero of the fairy tale.
Many parents feed their children a fairy tale, stuttering is also facilitated by a fairy tale. Fairy tales accompany our entire life.