User Posts: James Greenberg

There is no universally agreed upon definition of “maturity.” It’s open to debate because no two people are alike. Seems like a fair process, but in reality, ...

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Learning to say “no” is a unique, often difficult milestone for parents. Family literature suggests that there are creative and gentle ways of deviating from ...

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Playing with others does not come easily to children with autism. Their play skills are shaped by a preference to stay in their own world. Playing with your ...

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Rhinotillexis, or nose picking, is not your child’s most impressive habit to show off to friends and family, and it’s not an overly hygienic habit to maintain, ...

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Let’s kick that painful, germ-ridden habit to the curb and get your toddler’s nails about of the mouth. Before you can effectively put the habit to rest, it ...

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Sharing is a staple part of life, and it can be as hard to learn as it is to practice as an adult. As your little one grows and starts grasping onto objects ...

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Play mats aren’t just for keeping your baby entertained and safe in one spot for hours. They offer so much more, as your baby can progress both mentally and ...

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Can you believe that the key to healthy, thriving, socially-apt children and adults is a healthy amount of time spent playing as babies? That’s right. As ...

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As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher, and they should learn the earliest skills and concepts from you. This is true not just for counting, but for ...

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If all kids would play sports, the world might just be a smoother, kinder, harder-working and safer place to play and live. Playing sports during youth teaches ...

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