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Social and Emotional Development: Kids Benefit from Pets by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Anyone that grew up with a dog or cat (or both) knows the psychological benefit of having a pet.  When a child feels their parents don’t understand them or are having trouble with friends or siblings, a pet is always there with unconditional lo ... Read on »
Deputy Secretary of Education to Participate in Summit on Social and Emotional Development in Youth in St. Paul, Minnesota by US Deptartment of Education Posted Fri 02 May 2014 12:42pm Contact:   Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press@ed.gov Event Date 1: May 05, 2014 12:10 pm ... Read on »
Monitoring Your Baby's Emotional Development: 16 Key Milestones for the First Year of Life by Susan Hawkins by Cascia T. Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 10:44pm If you think that six-month-old staring at you from her crib doesn't have a clue as you and Daddy make mad, passionate love, think again! New research is telling us otherwise, and earlier beliefs about the emotional and intellectual abilities of even very young babies are being replaced by a much different view. Infants are not the ... Read on »
Mother-Son Relationship Key to Emotional Development 87 by relationships .. Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 2:56am ScienceDaily (Mar. 29, 2010) — New research from the University of Reading says that children, especially boys, who have insecure attachments to their mothers in the early years have more behavior problems later in childhood. Read more http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100325093124.htm Read on »
What Effect Does Violence have on Kids? – Practical Application of Stanley Greenspan’s Theory of Emotional Developme by Kent Brooks Facebook Posted Sat 18 Aug 2012 12:00am I have chosen to apply the Theory of Emotional Development as seen by to .  I can see where this theory can explain how violent behavior gets embedded into a person, especially when the behavior is experienced from birth or from a young age, either by witnessing or by being victimized by violence. Greenspan’s Theory assumes that c ... Read on »
Gottman: Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child by Michael Gorsline Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:39am One school of thought in parenting is that there are often times where we need to be wary of engaging a child's emotions. If we do, this approach says we'll end up making the situation worse, much like trying to put out a fire with spray bottle full of gasoline. Another camp focuses on the fact that children genuinely need help navigatin ... Read on »
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Health Headlines - November 9 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm CDC Urges Child-Care Providers to Monitor Emotional Development A U.S. public awareness campaign about childhood development is being expanded to target more than 400,000 child-care facilities across the nation, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday. The "Learn the Signs. Act Early" campaign is designed to ... Read on »
Old Me by Bill W. Health Maven Posted Tue 21 May 2013 4:21pm Yesterday, upon the stair I met a man who wasn’t there He wasn’t there again today I wish, I wish he’d go away…. ~ William Hughes Mearns (1875-1965) My dear friend Pierre, a powerful influence on hundreds of people in recovery, is fond of remarking that “the Old Me will drink again.” Old Me the “man who wasn’t there” plagues ... Read on »
Child Maltreatment: Effects on Brain Development and Behavior by AWeidman Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 12:00am Effects on child development, brain development, psychopathology, and interpersonal relationships Neglect, physical abuse, and sexual abuse (broadly termed, child maltreatment) have profound and long-term effects on a child's development. The long-term effects of chronic early maltreatment within a care-giving relationship (also called Comple ... Read on »