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reviewed Approve How can I address toddler's fear of water over her face?
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revised Attention issue or low self-esteem
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answered how to help my 4 yr old son to recognize alphabet and numbers?
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answered Should we get her a doll?
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asked Why would a child choose to sleep on the floor?
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comment The great debate: Minivan or SUV
@Joe, if you feel an edit would improve the question, please feel free to do so.
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comment The great debate: Minivan or SUV
I like how my parents put it when I was learning to drive. 4WD helps you start, but doesn't help you stop.
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comment Parents' experience of leaving water warts (molluscum contagiosum) untreated?
Thanks for sharing your experience. I removed the part about the treatment. See the meta discussion about this question for more information.
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revised Parents' experience of leaving water warts (molluscum contagiosum) untreated?
remove the part about treatment
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comment Assertiveness for 6-year-olds
Thanks for the feedback. I made a bad assumption because usually those traits go together. See my edits.
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answered The great debate: Minivan or SUV
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comment Explaining mental illness to children
That's a good point, @Joe. I would probably word a response to that follow-up like, "Her brain works differently than most people's do, which makes her get worried about things you don't need to worry about."
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comment Explaining mental illness to children
Thanks for toning it down, so your good points don't get lost. +1 from me after your edits. I too know adults who took a very long time to get over the effects of having their feelings "protected" as a child. Candor in these sorts of cases is uncomfortable for adults, but critical for children. Tact is important too, but in my experience people tend to err too far in that direction. If you don't feel like you're being a little untactful in these situations, you're probably not being honest enough.