Dr Sarah Lantz
There is something intuitive about children such that they opt to play with wrapping paper and cardboard boxes instead of the plastic toys contained inside the present.
People seem to say that power struggles with children are (a) inevitable and (b) start with the ‘Terrible Twos’. But what if we could end power struggles by implementing problem solving skills instead? Bonnie Harris illustrates how probem solving skills can change your relationship for the better.
08 July, 2014 at 12:17
My father always came home from work reeking, but, being his little girl, I didn’t care and hugged him anyway. Between the sweat and grime of ...
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