Less Yelling, More Laughing:
How to Catch a Break from Your Needy Child
Hey there CCDS families!
It was an honor to visit you virtually, and I'm so grateful to everyone who attended live or watches this presentation.
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**Looking for the "right" answers to the Playful Parenting Guide?
Here they are...
Children have a core need for connection.
Any behavior is the child's best attempt to get their needs met.
As parents, we can tune in and recognize when our child is in a "tower of isolation."
Children have a core need for autonomy.
Children will grasp for power or hide in fear when this need is unmet.
We can recognize when our child is in a "tower of powerlessness."
Play is a signal of safety.
It is impossible to feel angry and laugh at the same time.