Teachers from different Nizhny Novgorod schools posted warnings on social networks for the parents of teenagers and the children themselves. Teachers admitted that they are worried about schoolchildren, who can be used as targets for manipulation. Yulia Loseva, a psychologist at school 85 with an in-depth study of individual subjects, noted on social networks that adolescents are easily influenced by others, and this property is often used against them. - Children, whom I accompany on the difficult path of transition from childhood to adulthood, are now being manipulated. Massively. They are encouraged to climb into the crowd, to shout something, without even realizing what, for what and for what. They call for aggression, for violation of the rules of safe behavior, violation of the boundaries of a health-preserving attitude towards oneself, - the teacher noted. Loseva emphasized that the crowd is dangerous, and weak-willed following in the stream of aggression will not give answers and solutions. - Parents, with your personal responsible attitude, loving amulet, share their experiences and anxieties with the children. Hear them, help to understand difficult issues, keep them close to you, protect them from thoughtless actions and mistakes. Let's teach children creation, not destruction, mutual understanding, not denial! - added the psychologist. Zoya Kuzmina, a physical education teacher at School 123, also warned teenagers against rash actions. “Guys, as a member of a search and rescue organization, I want to warn you against rash visits to unauthorized rallies due to the threat to life and health,” Kuzmina emphasized. - And as a school employee, namely a physical education teacher, I want to offer you an alternative event where you can get a huge adrenaline rush, namely, visiting the gym, sports organizations, gathering for mass skating, skiing and snowboarding. Natalya Vargina admitted that teachers are deeply worried about children. - I am sure that the various processes taking place in our country do not remain without your attention, it is likely that you have your own point of view about each of them. We, adults, are also watching everything that happens and are currently experiencing great concern for you, our children. My generation in its life has already experienced periods of "the disintegration of our country into molecules." These years were not only difficult: many of us failed to realize our life plans. Now we are very careful about the state of our society, we value peace in a country without war and anarchy, we value the fact that we know how tomorrow will turn out,”the teacher noted. Vargina added that adults will not forgive themselves if“children fall into another historical trap ". - It doesn't matter whose interests will lead to irreparable consequences. The main thing is that they will pose a threat to your life and health, the life and health of your parents, relatives, friends. When your time comes to be adults, you will definitely make our life better, but you will not sacrifice your children for this, just as we don’t want to sacrifice you, as we value you endlessly,”added Natalya Vargina. We will remind, earlier the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Nizhny Novgorod region warned parents about responsibility for the participation of adolescents in unauthorized actions. “It is often difficult for teenagers to understand that in such actions they are only a tool for political games and a tool for manipulation. Occupy your child with something useful and interesting, choose your future and the future of your children yourself!”, - the department reports. Valery Nikolayevich Maksimychev, head of the intensive care unit of the covid hospital 30, also warned the residents of the city about the risk to health due to participation in unauthorized rallies. Also, the governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region Gleb Nikitin appealed to the residents of the region and reminded them of "respect for the law" and responsibility.
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