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Shared Family Activities May Boost Preschoolers' Emotional Health by Medline Plus Posted Thu 06 Mar 2014 2:00pm Eating dinner, having fun together can help kids learn to form good relationships Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Mental Health , Parenting Read on »
Physical Activity Boosts Emotional Health by Your Therapy Source Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 6:33am As therapists, we frequently provide physical activities for children to promote muscle strengthening, range of motion, balance, motor skills and coordination. We must not forget that physical activity also helps to boost the social and emotional health of children. Physical, active play can help children to express emotions such as smiling ... Read on »
what can I do about my preschooler who cries about everything? by Karen .. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:42pm Today's question comes from Lisa, who asked me to write about preschoolers who cry about everything: Some preschoolers are a bit more tender than others. They have a harder time with transitions, take social interactions very personally, and seem to need a lot more attention. They are easily overwhelmed by changes in routine, and once th ... Read on »
Another emotional day...... by Melissa .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:45pm Today is Sunday January 7, 2007. Its about 9am and I am already having an "emotional" day. On Friday night Jonathan and I watched a couple videos from cochlear about their devices and of people that were implanted and how well they are doing. I also belong to a cochlear implant support group (online) and I have watched a few videos of children ... Read on »
A Deaf Family’s CI Journey by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 28 Nov 2008 1:37am My husband and I did not used to believe in cochlear implants (CI) until we discovered that our very own child was born profoundly deaf. It was a surprise for us. My husband and I were the only deaf members in our families. We gave our son hearing aids when he was 3 months old, but he apparently didn’t benefit enough, because he frequently took ... Read on »
Are You Feeling Super Strong Emotions That Don’t Feel Like Your Own? by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 9:36pm Well I am! In these crazy times many of us are unconsciously (or consciously) working as channels to release collective energies that are no longer needed. If you’re feeling unexpected crazy emotions which you know are not yours, then this could be you! More in the video… The post Are You Feeling Super Strong Emotions That ... Read on »
Published article about Fragile X and Us by Kristie Meyer Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:31pm This is Megan. She is a teacher at Shelby Hills Early Childhood Center. That's where Drew and Blake went to preschool. Megan contacted me about doing a research paper on Fragile X and wanted to use our family as her subject matter. Well, guess what? Her paper was so good, it was published! In the Association for Childhood Education International's ... Read on »
ASD as a Developmental Disorder - A Suggested Neurological Underpinning by Ian P. Patient Expert Posted Sat 16 Jun 2007 10:00pm (This post is available in MS Word. To request a copy, please e-mail me - see sidebar for address.) In a previous post – Autism, Genius, and Minicolumns – I wrote about a research paper by Dr Casanova et al comparing the brains of three prominent neuroscientists vs. controls. One of the findings in this paper was a similarity (and differences ... Read on »
Are Your Words Making You More Relationship Attractive? by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 10:13pm Have there been times when you’ve had a heated argument with someone and you wished you could have been a little calmer? Your Emotional Channels get so flared up, you lose yourself and you say things you wish you hadn’t? Or do you hold on to your resentments and when you do finally explode you spew off random complaints in what I like to call, “t ... Read on »
Tummy Talk by Rebecca .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm My five-year old son, Andrew, has the most delightful post-dinner ritual. If he has eaten an especially large meal, he rises from the table, hikes up his shirt half-way to his chin, and has us admire his full stomach. “Would you look at that.” he typically asks, patting his round and taut stomach. Like actors following our cues, my husband ... Read on »