Screen Free Times for Everyone

It can increase and improve communication and meaningful interaction if there is at least one time (and hopefully more) each week when adults and children are not looking at screens. Some parents I know
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Lying

Children sometimes lie to avoid punishment for something they have done. When this is the case a frustrated or angry response from mom or dad can aggravate the problem. Finding a way to respond
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Meltdowns

Here are a few things to remember when and if your child has a meltdown.
1. Most children have meltdowns, not just yours.
2. Meltdowns usually spring from multiple causes that have built up over
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