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How Do I Get Through The Toughest Of Child Development Stages, The Terrible Twos? How Do I Stop My Child From Biting?

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After staying two hours late at work, Leah is frantically trying to make it to her daughter’s daycare. With the continuous growling of her stomach as a constant reminder she thinks about what she can make or pick up for dinner before her eight year old son’s soccer practice. She finally makes it to her daughter’s daycare, racing through the door and apologizing for her tardiness. She rushes to her daughter’s room eagerly awaiting her hug. Stopped by her daughter’s teacher at the door, Leah begins to hear the bad news.  Her daughter has bitten another child and this is the third... (Read More ...)

Can Child Development Stages Play A Part In Aggressive Behavior In Children?

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You finally got a chance to meet up with a friend at the park so you could chat while your children let off some steam at the playground. You’re constantly distracted by the nagging suspicion that you need to keep an eye on child, because he can get a too rambunctious at times.  You’ve seen your toddler biting, hitting and being aggressive to other children in the past, so you keep a watchful eye on him. As you are listening to your friend’s story, you see your son push another child because he wanted to go through the tunnel and the other child was in his way. The other child begins to... (Read More ...)