We ask our kids so many questions every day. Did you brush your teeth? How was camp? What do you want for dinner? How about adding this one to our endless list? It may help you learn a lot more about your little one. ❤️
When we work with children for months and months, how do we explain when it’s time to stop? Termination can always be challenging in a supportive, therapeutic relationship. I like this handprint activity because as the child traces my hand and I trace his, we have the opportunity to talk about all of the wonderful play and work we have done together, and how much he or she has accomplished. The hands symbolize that although we may not be seeing each other any longer, we will always remember our time together, and will always be friends.
Ok so a little vent. I don't really talk to people about my problems because when I do they say "well maybe if you don't do this or that you wouldn't be having those problems" yeah I agree but seriously dude just hear me out and let me vent -_-. My sister is like going through some emotional state and I would totally like listen to her but her fkn friend is always there and I can't even have a one on one with her without her telling her what happened. Like they get hella pissed at me because I talk to other people and not them. Plus I'm going home on Saturday and I'm a senior now and I have some random bitch on my ass about wanting to fight me because I was mad at her "best friend" which she called her names like in April lmao. Also I'm talking to me ex again which maybe is a bad or good thing because lately sooo much drama has been in it. Also I'm going through like some personal lady type shit and if a girl could msg me and NOT GET GROSSED OUT that would be nice :) #shitpost#shitposting#sick#fever#headache#bvb#bmth#sfs#memes#fuck#lfl#cfc#hashtag#likemyrecent#sadkiddo#depressed#hippy#hippies#piercings#tatted#finsta#finstagram#vent#grunge#emo#depressedkids
I don’t think we ever stop loving someone once we’ve started. My theory is that our love shifts; changing within us into a more appropriate love for the situation. Passion turns to pity, yet pity is still a form of love. Romance turns to regret; and regret is the most exquisite form of love. And please don’t confuse regret of ever having loved someone for regret of not loving them better. I don’t regret loving my ex. I just regret not loving him in the way he needed me to love him. I could have been more sensitive to his emotional needs. And we ALL have regrets. It’s normal. It’s okay. We’re human, and it’s normal to mess up sometimes. Anyways, this jumbled, rambling post is my way of saying; there are many types/forms of love, and I hope that reminds us that we are ALWAYS loved and thought of, even when it doesn’t seem very obvious. #love#loveshifts#lovechanges#passiontopity#romancetoregret#lifechanges#alwaysloved#lovefirst#depressedkids#depression#learningtolove
We fully agree, punishing kids for bed wetting is WRONG. "Punishing children for bedwetting won't solve the problem and may make it worse, researchers have confirmed. In a new study, children who were punished for wetting the bed at night were more likely to be depressed and had worse overall quality of life overall compared to bed-wetters who were not punished." Study: http://www.essentialbaby.com.au/toddler/toilet-training/dont-punish-kids-for-wetting-the-bed-study-20141231-12g2kd