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When the Worry Bugs are in Your Tummy: Helping a Child with Anxiety

When my daughter was anxious she used to tell me, “Mama, my tummy feels like it is making butter.” After ruling out sickness, I told her tummies sometimes get upset when there are worries in them. She replied with, “I don’t know what I am I a ...

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5 Ways to Make Christmas Meaningful for Every Child

5 Ways to Make Christmas Meaningful for Every Child Tammy Schamuhn | December 10, 2020 This Christmas is simply different than past years—there is no denying that.Many families are struggling to make ends meet and family gatherings will be limited ...

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Visual Schedules: Tips and Tricks for Supporting a Child with ADHD

Visual Schedules: Tips and Tricks for Supporting a Child with ADHD Cierra Chmiliar | November 10, 2020 What are visual schedules? Visual schedules better communicate a task or activity by using a sequence of images, symbols, and photos. They may be a ...

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What is Resiliency and How do We Cultivate it in Children?

What is Resiliency and How do We Cultivate it in Children? Tammy Auten-Dye | November 6, 2020 "Active resilience happens when people who are vulnerable find resources to cope with stress and bounce back, and do so in a way that leaves them stronger, ...

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Regulating Emotions in the World We Live In

Regulating Emotions in the World We Live In Morgan Bissegger | November 4, 2020 Emotional regulation or the practice of keeping our cool in moments of frustration, fear, loneliness, or vulnerability is no easy task. As our world has erupted into the ...

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