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Below is a collection of various blog posts meant to encourage, inspire or educate. Grab a steaming mug of hot liquid this weekend and steal away to a quiet corner for some quick reads.
For the first year he was home, I had no idea our son’s behavior was unintentional communication. In fact, I thought he was being manipulative. In my presence, he was tense, controlling, seemingly disrespectful, and had many disturbing behaviors.
Imagine that the next time you go in for a physical, you’re told there’s a new tool that can estimate your risk for many of the major health problems that affect Americans: heart disease, diabetes, depression, addiction, just to name a few.
Below, I have gathered a list of 10 simple sensory “hacks” for helping a child calm down when they are angry. Of course, these will not work with every child and every child will not respond the same way to these strategies. These strategies are simple that… a toolkit meant to help you and your child be better equipped next time an explosion occurs.