Archive for April, 2016

A Thought about Helping a Fearful Child

Some children’s lives are limited by their overly cautious personalities. Rather than convincing a child that “there is nothing to fear” it can help to gradually and patiently help them get used to uncomfortable or
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A Thought about Fearless Children

Some children are born fearless, a wonderful trait but one that can lead to a lack of necessary caution. When a fearless child moves quickly it can help to figure out ways to slow them
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Skipping Home from School

A Spontaneous “Interview” with a Child Who Was Making the Most of Spring The other day when walking in my neighborhood I found myself crossing the street with a young girl and her mom. The
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