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PREVIEW: Why Your Child Rebels by Lion Goodman & Carista Luminare

Children can be stubborn, willful, and infuriating. But maybe that isn’t such a bad thing. Whose needs are more important? Yours or your child’s? Have you ever been dominated and controlled by another person? How did it make you feel? Did you want to push away from them or run away to escape their control? [...]

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The Critical Role of Imagination in Childhood Development by Dr. Caron Goode

Imagination is a potent ingredient that we as busy parents often dismiss and brush aside as mere childhood play. But imagination is a critical component to learning—one that serves as the foundation for a host of necessary life skills. Self-dialog is a component of imaginative play that helps children learn to overcome obstacles and master the art of self-regulation. Unstructured imaginative play also serves to round out a child’s whole-person development.

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