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What can you as a parent do to help your children overcome their shyness?
■Identify the nature of your child's shyness
■Role model confident social behavior
■Teach social skills early
■Emphasize creative problem-solving
■Encourage step by step change
■Help your ch...
"I was just kidding! Can't you take a joke?" If your child gives you
this excuse after he's said or done something rude, it might leave you
feeling frustrated and unsure of how to handle the situation. Later, you
might question yourself when he says, "But I didn't mean it that way."
Toddlerhood is a time of rapid brain growth and leaps in emotional and cognitive skills. Our little ones need heavy doses of affection, empathy, warmth, and understanding — and they need to feel seen and understood as they navigate the bumpy waters of early childhood. On the other hand, our kids als...
"What happened today at school?"
"How was your day?"
did this conversation ring a bell for you??Surely this isn't the kind of communication we fantasized about when we first decided to have children. No, we thought about all those long talks we would have, musing about schoo...
By Dr. Haneen JarrarOn a recent visit to one of my special education centers, I met with Ahmad* a little 6year old boy with Autism who has been attending a regular mainstream school two times a week alongside his eldest sister and his typically developing peers. He then attends his special education...
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