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Bursting Our Negative Thought Bubbles (Assets 32 & 40)

Bursting Our Negative Thought Bubbles (Assets 32 & 40)

We’ve all seen cartoons where what’s going on in a character’s mind is portrayed in “thought bubbles.” That’s a great visual representation of what’s happening inside each of our brains. Like many people, my thought bubbles can get filled with negative stuff,...

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Words Kids Use to Cope (Asset #37)

Children deal with confusing or painful situations by trying to make sense of them. Some of the words they use to understand difficult circumstances include “what if,” and “I wonder.” They will also use “should” and “could” to create order when they have little...

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Dad’s Superpowers (Assets 2, 26, 17-19, 31, 35, 38-40)

As a young boy, the influence my dad had on me was unequaled. I can still picture him telling stories, playing with us, working hard to provide for us, laughing, and correcting us. He didn’t have just abilities – he had superpowers. Like moms, dads bring their own...

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Helping Kids with their Anxious Feelings (Assets 10 & 40)

Anxious feelings are something all kids must learn to navigate. To help them, you should know that: Anxious feelings rely on how we interpret reality.They occur automatically and often unexpectedly.They can be created by experiences, biology, perceptions, and overall...

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Child Says He Wants to Die (Assets 2, 3, & 39)

What should I do when my 6‐year‐old son tells me he wishes he were dead? He said that today and I was so shocked I didn’t know what to say back. That statement would startle any parent! But one thing to remember is that for a 6‐year‐old, any number of things can lead...

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Concerns About Daycare (Assets 3 & 21)

As a working mother, should I be worried about placing my child in a daycare facility? Personally, I have some serious misgivings about this option, but my husband thinks it's fine. Are you aware of any research on this subject or other choices we might consider?...

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