Category Archives: Early Intervention

Today’s Askdrdeborah Blog: How to help children manage their fears about monsters in the night.

The simple act of putting your child to bed can become a major challenge when the response to “good night sweetie” is “but, mommy, there are monsters over there!”  A mom recently sought online advice for her 3 year old … Continue reading

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A Child’s Resource for Dealing with Rejection

The physical pain of peer rejection is real and it hurts. Badly. Although we can’t avoid pain in life, neither for ourselves nor our children, we can give our children tools to grow resilience. In our Becoming Social Group at … Continue reading

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