Tag Archives: emotional health

Biting Part 2: How to manage it in the moment

Earlier this week I was writing about why toddlers bite and I shared some tips you can use to help your child express their feelings in a more appropriate way. To recap… tips include you being a: Detective – discover the triggers to … Continue reading

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Biting Part 1: Teaching your children to express emotions in non-hurtful ways

Well, I must confess I am a HUGE Modern Family fan!!  This show has me laughing and crying all in the span of 30 minutes.  I can relate to it every week.  Sometimes I feel like they have hidden cameras … Continue reading

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Talk to me – I’m just like you

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” ― Leo Buscaglia … Continue reading

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Doors Wide Open: A Parent’s Perspective of Mental Illness

Although we are starting to hear more and more about mental health, there is still not enough information available to parents when they need it the most. None of us wants to be the parent that needs these resources for … Continue reading

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Why is my school-aged child still wetting his bed?

It’s natural to feel worried, confused and a little frustrated when your child is past the preschool years and they are still wetting the bed.  You’re likely wondering how to support each other during this challenging time.

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