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Debi Gueron

How to Prepare your Children for a New Sibling—or two!

 Understand There Might Be Jealousy So you’re expecting a new addition to the family! That’s fabulous. Congratulations!  While initially your children may be excited, there may come a time when the novelty of a new baby wears off. After a couple of weeks, or even a few months, you might notice your older kids start …

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Building Self-Confidence in Children with Asthma

Asthma is the most common chronic health condition among children, affecting about one in 12 youngsters in the U.S. For some children, asthma is a minor inconvenience. For others, it’s a major problem that affects their daily activities, deflates their confidence, and, in severe cases, can even be life-threatening. What exactly is asthma?  Asthma is …

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Moving with Kids: How to Support Their Many Emotions 

While moving can be an exciting experience that ushers in a welcome change of scene, it can also bring up many challenging emotions. This is especially true for children who have to leave behind familiar comforts and, oftentimes, their friends and school.   Unlike adults, who understand the reasons for the move, young minds can have …

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Walking Back the Pandemic Panic So Kids can be Kids Again

A Child’s Eye View of the Coronavirus Each children’s book has two audiences. For the children themselves, Are We Really Safe Now? answers the title’s question with an emphatic “YES!” and a victory lap. Of course, the second audience of any children’s book are the parents, teachers and family members, who read the books to …

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How to Encourage Flexible Thinking in Children

Activities to help children deal with change, perfectionism, and rigid thinking. Some kids can take change in their stride. The trip to grandma’s got canceled – no problem. They’re out of mint choc chip at the ice-cream stand – no big deal. For many children, though, even the slightest change in plans can seem like …

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The World is Closed because of Coronavirus

The Color of Corona

What Color is the Coronavirus? It’s hard to believe that it has been almost one year since we started to hear about a new virus that was rapidly making its way across the entire planet.  After some time the CDC (Center for Disease Control in the USA) gave it the name ‘Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)’, or …

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