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See a doctor if your child wheezes during exertion, such as while playing sports. Also make an appointment if your child develops wheezing that is unexplained, keeps coming back (recurrent), or is accompanied by any of the following signs and symptoms:




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The importance of playful aggression as a mechanism for fostering positive relationships with peers and emotional development cannot be understated. Playful aggression facilitates opportunities for boys to enhance their capacity to monitor and read facial expressions, verbalisations and inferences about intent while also developing an awareness of establishing relationship hierarchies.


Ensuring that adults do not overly monitor and/or interfere when boys are engaging in playful aggression is very important. Left to their own devices, playful aggression allows for boy to exercise their bodies while simultaneously developing a vast array of social skills.


Rough and tumble play with dad helps children, but especially boys, learn to regulate their behaviour and emotions while also enhancing cognitive and language development. It is important to note, however, that boys also benefit from playing with mum, they just do so in different ways.


To evaluate how secure the attachment is between a child and a parent, Grossmann and other attachment researchers often use the Strange Situation test, which was developed by psychologist Mary Ainsworth while at Johns Hopkins University in the 1960s. In one version, a parent and toddler enter a room, and the child is placed near some toys. After about 30 seconds the parent sits down in a chair and begins to read a newspaper or magazine. After at most two minutes, the parent is signaled to encourage the child to play. A few minutes later a strange woman enters the room. Initially silent, she begins to talk to the parent and then tries to engage with the child. Shortly thereafter the parent gets up and leaves the room. After a brief period, the parent returns, and the strange person leaves. A few moments later the parent again exits the room, leaving the child behind. After a few minutes the strange woman reenters the room and begins to engage with the child, and then the parent returns as well.


Some kids only lose their cool once in a while, but others seem to have a harder time when things don't go their way. Kids who tend to have strong reactions by nature will need more help from parents to manage their tempers.


Managing kids can be a challenge. Some days keeping the peace while keeping your cool seems impossible. But whether you're reacting to an occasional temper flare-up or a pattern of outbursts, managing your own anger when things get heated will make it easier to teach kids to do the same.


Anil will be seen as a cop in the film, while Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor will play Siddharth, an antique dealer who travels through a remote village that has been rocked recently by many violent killings. Anil, who plays local inspector Surekha Singh, crosses paths with Siddharth as he investigates these killings.


Trauma can alter a child's brain significantly, and exposure to trauma is associated with an increase in adolescent interpersonal violence and a lack of capacity for emotional self-regulation. Specifically, studies have found that children with histories of child abuse and other trauma often demonstrate impulsive behavior, risk-taking behavior, and decreased self-control. Trauma can reshape a child's brain, priming survivors of trauma to respond excessively to minor triggers. And while the impacts of trauma provide critical context for children who commit serious crimes, the plasticity of children's brains makes them especially amenable to rehabilitation, therapy, and positive growth.


Australian researchers watched film of 30 dads while they roughhoused with their children, usually through a game where the child would try to remove a sock from their father's foot, to see what effect it might have on children.


By the way, you can and should adjust consequences depending on the seriousness of the behavior. If the behavior was very risky, then she is going to need supervision for a while, and there should be a longer period over which she earns her privileges back. Therefore, another part of the consequence might be the following:


My daughter used to drag through the morning routine. Every morning was the same struggle. She took her time playing while brushing her teeth. She could be brushing for 30 minutes and was still not done.


Talks of a Cursed Child movie began in 2016, but while Harry Potter director Chris Columbus said he would like to direct "A version of Cursed Child with Dan, Rupert and Emma at the right age," the likelihood of that happening is decreasing. Daniel Radcliffe was explicitly asked about being in The Cursed Child and said he wasn't interested at this time in his life.


There was always an understanding that while Harry Potter is fictional, it could have been real. However, given the changes the real world faced with Covid-19, the play now has to be set in an alternate universe. Additionally, reading Cursed Child with the understanding that it is already in the past, the original Harry Potter series ends up feeling dated.


The CRAFT approach is an effective alternative to tough love. Where tough love approaches often lead to resentment and resistance, CRAFT can help families reduce stress while encouraging loved ones to seek addiction treatment.


You may help prevent stool soiling if you avoid any emotional upsets while your child is toilet training. Children who have a negative experience using the toilet may avoid going to the bathroom. This leads to constipation and, over time, encopresis.


You will need to look at the context of the behavior. What is happening before this happens and right after? If she is trying to play while mouthing you, you can make a pretty fair assumption that the behavior is related to rough play.


Even while my son was with a different coach, I still felt as though we were a team. I drove him to games and practices, offering little tidbits of advice when I could. Since soccer was our thing for so long, it felt as though it was still our thing.


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