The Risks of Raising a ‘Good’ Child Who Can’t Express Themselves

Here’s how to help your child manage the whole gamut of emotions

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‘Good’ children often don’t learn it’s safe to express negative emotions. Later, they can’t deal with previously hidden feelings. Anger might have been considered unattractive, for instance, but it’s sometimes necessary to get mad. If you don’t…

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✔Content writer,✍author, and 👩‍⚕️former counselor exploring how to live well. I write about 🎯self-mastery and occasionally pen stories and poems.

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