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Healthy Attachment with Adopted Children

Jun 11, 2021 12:13:19 PM

Attachment and forming a child-parent relationship can be especially difficult with adopted children. However, the keys to forming a healthy attachment are the same whether your child is biologically yours or has been adopted.

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The Importance of Healthy Child-Parent Attachment

Jun 11, 2021 10:36:49 AM

Child-Parent relationships are the foundation for a child’s personality, life choices, and overall behavior. Furthermore, healthy relationships and attachment strengthen the social, physical, mental, and emotional health of children. Especially in babies and infants, brain development is dependent upon loving bonds or attachment. So a good child-parent relationship and attachment isn’t just recommended, it’s necessary.

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Benefits of Conscious Breathing

Jun 4, 2021 4:55:54 PM

Have you tried breathing exercises with your child? Well... if you need some convincing here’s everything you need to know about conscious breathing, its benefits and how to get started. Deep breathing, also known as abdominal breathing is the use of breathing for various mental and physical health benefits.

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The Importance of Fostering Independence in your Little One

Jun 2, 2021 5:04:13 PM

No matter what kind of parent you are or parenting style you follow, independence is essential for children. Independence most simply teaches children self-reliance and allows children to feel they have control over their lives. Independence also improves autonomy which builds self-esteem, confidence, and motivation.

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Gentle-Parenting: What is it?

May 13, 2021 10:57:46 AM

Gentle parenting is on the rise, and you’re probably wondering exactly “What is it?” Gentle-Parenting focuses on a parent-child relationship based off positive encouragement and your child’s willingness and choices. That is contrary to the other traditional parenting styles with focus on demands, rules, and punishment. Gentle-Parenting uses positivity and patience instead.

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