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As Rouse and Hardley(2018) say the word LOVE is very unusual to be pronounced in the learning process of children during childhood since it is not given the value or importance to its development.
Certainly, there is an advance where education is being introduced in the classroom through families, friendships and the feelings that children create in these areas, thus creating a barrier of strong values to be able to prepare you for the day after facing any situation that life puts you in the way, thus reaching both positive and negative aspects, and thanks to this prepare you both psychologically and physically to adversities that today some adolescents have not been prepared and the relevant help is requested to cope.
It is important to work on this issue since children are very young because it is stimulated from very early to be educated with values such as love, affection and other virtues in the future to know how to carry and cope with life situations which in previous generations we have not been prepared psychologically.