Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids

 
 

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Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids
July 18, 2011
 

The next installment in our monthly topic of “Fortifying the Family” addresses the emotional health of children. Just as the toddler who only wanted pancakes for breakfast now only wants pizza since they turned four, so too do emotional nutrition needs change as children grow. Read this week’s communication for tips on making those age appropriate adjustments.


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Peggy Hill
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  1. #1 by Beverly R. Saller on August 1, 2011 - 2:33 pm

    At all stages of development, children need to hear encouraging words to strengthen their self esteem, self respect and self image. Kind and respectful statements of encouragement will help a child soar in many areas of their lives. A note of encouragement in a backpack pocket or lunch bag can help turn the tide of a bad day! As an aside…this works for adults too!

  2. #2 by minesblog on August 2, 2011 - 10:28 am

    Absolutely true, Beverly – thanks for reading and sharing!

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