Posts Tagged "crying"
I just flipped a denial into a reality. The result – BREAKTHROUGH! When I was 8, some newborn kittens died, and I remember crying for hours and hours. This was new. Other pets had died in the past, but I had barely noticed. What happened this time was that I assigned a desperately sad meaning to death and loss that matched that of my parents. This is normal for children to do, but...Read More
Age 2 is challenging for most of us, thus the unfortunate phrase, “terrible twos.” It tells us a lot about how we feel about boundaries, crying and expressions of anger. Once you understand your feelings, it gets easier to accept your child’s. See if this helps put crying and temper tantrums into perspective. As you know, children will not always like your boundaries. But if a...Read More