“Uuuwwaaaahhhh” I heard from our dining room table and recognized immediately the telltale sign of my son getting frustrated with his homework. “He hasn’t been working that long,” was my first thought. My second was, “this is gonna be a long night.”… Read More
By Guest Writer, Janine Halloran of Coping Skills for Kids When you think of the word childhood, what comes to mind? Perhaps you think of carefree times, playing games and giggles, stomping in puddles, scribbling crayons, or running on a playground. But… Read More
coping to maintain a contest or combat usually on even terms or with success to deal with and attempt to overcome problems and difficulties About Coping Skills: Though all babies are born with a brain rigged for the flight or fight survival… Read More
Category: Modeling Social and Emotional Skills, Practicing Social and Emotional Skills Tags: Bravery, Calming down, Coping skills, Coping strategies, Dealing with emotions, Emotion coaching, Emotional honesty, Kids and anger, Kids and family, Kids and stress, Parents and Coping, Self control, Self-management, Self-regulation
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