Divorce or a separation is a tough time for everyone involved, but it can be especially tough on the children. Divorce is a big stressor but for children, it can be especially difficult. If one parent leaves the home, it can cause separation anxiety and other worries. Your child may start to regress in behaviors, revert to baby talk, act out, or show signs of depression. Ensuring that your child is looked after properly during this time is important.
Toddlers can be a real challenge. Anyone who has ever heard of the “Terrible Twos” will know just what this means, but it’s not just two-year-olds who can be defiant and unruly. The toddler years in general are a time when children are learning more about who they are and how they interact with the world around them. Just ask this mom of a threenager. With this comes pushing the boundaries and sometimes breaking the rules or doing things that are unsafe.
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The girls have attended a private preschool since they were each 18 months old.
Do you know someone affected by autism?I do and I’ve seen the struggles first hand. The struggles to get proper care, proper schooling, and even the struggle to be understood and accepted. Why am I supporting the cause? Because it’s important, because it affects people I know and love, because not enough is known yet. It’s highly likely that you know someone with autism too. With your help and support we can help increase understanding and acceptance of autism.