Parent Support resources, tools, question and answers to help develop your child’s emotional behavior
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Asking questions and learning about your parenting self and child emotional development provides the most effective way to heal your child’s heart and support your child’s postive emotional development
Parenting is a difficult task; it is daunting task to say the least. You are a parent every minute of everyday. Your life decisions and choices revolve around the fact that you are parent. You worry yourself sick about your child’s well-being. You worry yourself about whether or not you are making the right decisions when setting boundaries, choosing consequences, offering support, or standing back and letting your child fall.
These questions are valid and important because your decision about when and how to apply all of these parenting tasks will help your child develop emotions and behaviors to achieve or fail. So parent beware! Take note and understand what you are saying and applying to your child rearing will have life making outcomes. So please make a conscious effort to look at why you are responding to your child in any particular way because history does repeat itself.
Yes history repeats itself even in child rearing. And let me tell you this happens automatically if you do not take stock of what you want to keep from your childhood and what you need to change. Your parent was a reflection of your grandparents, you are a reflection of your parent, and your child will be a reflection of you and so on and so on. Yes yor parenting will create the next best generation of your family history
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Science has now taken root in epigentics that proves environment does create individual long term personal characteristics. This proves your individual personal characteristics will interact with your child’s development to create havoc or success in their relationships, emotions, behavior and even their physical well-being. So learning more about yourself and how you respond to different situations will have a positive or negative effect on how your child develops who they are and their abilities to achieve.
With that said as a parent it is important to understand your own development along with child development. It is just as important to accept and embrace your own growth through this process called parenting as it is important to take pride in the development of your child.
Mychildtherapist.com is designed to be your parent support resource from articles to resources that help you and your child develop positive emotional behavior and healthy life coping skills. My belief is that by providing you with the most helpful, useful topics, tools resources and real support to develop yourself along with information about positive child development you will gain two of the most rewarding relationship of your life one with yorself and the other with your child. That in return will make you a great parent and your child a great person.
Below are links to the most recent information about child emotional behavior:
Blended Family Problems
Blended family problems come from 2 basic emotional behavior reactions from children. Learn what contributes to those emotional responses to help stepfamily functioning and develop blended family coping skills.
Information about what is positive parenting and how to develop positive parenting techniques and a positive relationship with your child while taking care of yourself.
Kids Age 5 thru 9
Parent resource to develop healthy emotional behavior in kids age 5 thru 9
Information about the tween characteristics and setting limits and consequences while fostering personal responsibility.
Parent Resource to develop teen communication, boundaries and consequences
Child Expressive Therapy
is used by child specialists to help your child release emotions that are acted out in negative behavior. Information about the different mediums and how they are used.
Child Discipline Punishment
Parent help to define child discipline punishment and what is effective to change child behavior.
Child Self Esteem
Simple steps for parents to develop child self esteem. Information on the difference between healthy and unhealthy child self esteem.
Information about what parents can do to help their child stop involuntary bedwetting at night.
Insomnia In Children
Information about different ways parents can help their child sleep without using medication.
Questions for a Child Counselor
Information for parents about child therapist credentials and what a child counselor can help with.
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