Anatomy Of A Temper Tantrum

Michael Potegal explains to The New York Times that a temper tantrum is made up of anger and what he calls ‘distress’ or ‘sadness plus’. “In studies of typically developing children, anger is most likely shown at the beginning of

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Addressing Self-Harm in Our Children

Not my child. It’s a sentiment that is easy enough for any of us to think when it comes to the idea of self-harm. Our children wouldn’t, couldn’t do that to themselves. Where would they learn it from? Why would

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