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Apr
15
comment 9 year old crying?
As your question could use more detail, I can only suggest the following: Focus more on how you are (you, dad and you all together) to solve the problem instead of focusing on what you do.
Apr
15
comment Do high stress moments affect a fetus?
I think balance is key here: A brief moment of intense stress doesn't result in an ulcer for your wife, chronic stress might. I think it is the same for the baby. In my view the unborn does sense what your wife experiences in a way. When your wife lives a balanced life style during her pregnancy there won't be long-lasting effects.
Apr
14
comment My 4 year-old says she doesn't love her mom
My suggested "solution" is for mom to spend some special 1-on-1 time with her. That will do it, it will change within no-time!
Apr
10
comment My 2 and half year old niece does not trust anyone else besides her mom and dad
If I was that kid and my mom has no clue of what to do about this and my aunt is trying something but is too afraid of taking me anywhere at all. I know how I would feel, unsafe and insecure. It feels like you are communicating to the kid that she has a problem. The point is that there is no problem, feeling insecure and not knowing what to do isn't going to give her the trust she needs. When mom needs to be somewhere and aunt needs to babysit, than that is the case. Crying or not, it is necessary,and mom will come back later, bye, kisses, see you soon, I always come back to pick you up.
Apr
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Apr
8
comment Can I insist my daughter to be non beliver in religions?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Apr
8
comment Can I insist my daughter to be non beliver in religions?
It may surprise you to learn that many people believe both in God and in science. +1. I do believe in both. And they are mutually supportive yielding synergy even. Read My big TOE - T. Campbell free on Google books. A NASA physicist that integrates science and religion in one bigger model. BTW, imac#developer ;)
Apr
8
comment Can I insist my daughter to be non beliver in religions?
It seems you have a very fundamental conflict with your wife. It hasn't anything to do with your daughter in my perspective. Fix the conflict you have with your wifes believe and the rest of issues coming forth will be solved automatically. Your wife should respect your vision and vica versa.
Apr
7
revised How to nurture my child to be fearless
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Apr
7
comment How to nurture my child to be fearless
OK Erica. The answer is: get rid of your own fear, it causes you tot express ego. You want this and you want that, dont do that. Be supportive in what your child goes through, and seek to understand. You can't make him into anything at all. Only he can do that himself. I like my answer better than this comment Erica...
Apr
7
comment How can I make my kids passionate in science while being religious?
Find the mutually supportive facets of science and religion. Don't invent the wheel though, there are people out there that are already on this path. Thomas Campbell with this book My big TOE did a great job in my opinion. You can even read the trilogy completely free on Google Books.
Apr
7
comment My 2 and half year old niece does not trust anyone else besides her mom and dad
Do you think you are the right person (as an aunt) of taking a lead in changing any of this? For what it is worth: I think it starts with the parents. If they are confident it is alright to stay with others (you for example) without the presence of the parents then the child may become confident as well. What does your sister think of this? She is the one that has to make the choice to leave her child, crying or not, with others when the moment is there.
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Nov
14
comment Explaining mental illness to children
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14
comment Explaining mental illness to children
I added more. And if you still aren't convinced there is gain in my answer, I leave it like this. Wishing you sincere good luck with whatever approach/path you take. I respect you have to do it yourself and it is your choice.
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