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The Power of Reverse Psychology

There is some innate force inside us that doesn’t want to listen to direction. Or maybe it is just me and my genes, but I like to find things out for myself. 381 more words

Children

Age Appropriate Child Custody Arrangements

When it comes to setting a custodial care plan for children of divorcing parents, there is no end to controversy with regard to what is best. 1,504 more words

Children Of Divorce

Working with Your Children's Emotions

A child’s imagination is limitless. Their emotions are no different. However, unlike theirĀ adult counterparts, children have not had the experience of learning effective ways to deal with the rising tides an emotional state can cause. 1,463 more words

Self Awareness

On Being Traumatized By Charlie Brown Comics

I read many, many Charlie Brown comic books as a child; reading them was a sustained exercise in masochism. I hated them, each and every single page, but I kept on reading, from cover to cover. 524 more words

Books

Episode 4 Let's talk s'more about twins!

On episode 4, Sharon and Liz diverge from their usual propensity to pick dark, depressing topics. This week, it’s all about marshmallows and twins! Sharon examines how kids who can delay gratification by waiting to eat more marshmallows grow up to be successful, competent adults. 36 more words

Podcast

Calling all parents and children!

As we talked about some child psychology in the latest podcast episode, it had me thinking about today’s world of helicopter parents. Totally akin to Ainsworth’s idea of Insecure Ambivalent/Resistant attachment style, children with helicopter mothers would most likely display this type of attachment. 142 more words

Psychology

Still Looking Backwards

It was a short-term goal my therapist and I set for me, well over six months ago, to look back at my life and try to see it through “the lens of autism” in the hopes that it would make sense. 546 more words