All posts by Sharee Narciso-Tolentino

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Child Psychology: Effects of Sleep on School Performance

Child Psychology: Effects of Sleep on School Performance One of the biggest concerns of parents and families in terms of children’s development is their ability to learn and do well in school. There are a lot of factors that contribute to academic excellence: the instruction, curriculum, and the school itself. Home environment and family routines […]

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Child Anger Management Begins with Proper Diagnosis

Child Anger Management Begins with Proper Diagnosis In most cases, children feel anger when they are frustrated in not getting things to go their way. Child anger management is important in helping families cope with these issues, especially if they have escalated to a point where the behavior of the child is becoming disruptive and […]

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Child Anger Management

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Child Anger Management Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a method of treatment that is prescribed for various childhood and adult psychological conditions. It is also a common choice of therapy in child anger management. Find out how you and your child can benefit from CBT. Benefits of CBT in Child Anger […]

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Calm Parenting in Child Anger Management

Calm Parenting in Child Anger Management Have you ever felt angry? What did you feel when someone told you to stop being angry, or to control your emotions? You probably felt bad. No one likes it when other try to “manage” their moods or emotions. Kids are the same, too. This means that in child […]

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Recognizing Triggers is Key to Child Anger Management

Recognizing Triggers is Key to Child Anger Management For grownups and children alike, anger is a normal emotion. In children, it is useful in teaching them that some things might not always be fair or go their way. However, parents must always be vigilant when children’s behavior becomes out of control because of this harbored […]

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How Behavioral Techniques Can Aid in Child Anger Management

How Behavioral Techniques Can Aid in Child Anger Management Do you feel like your child has been doing a lot of lashing out recently? While throwing tantrums is perfectly normal for kids, it can become a major issue once his anger is enough to frighten and disrupt your family. If this is the case, it’s […]

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Child Psychology: Toddler Tantrums and Aggression

Child Psychology: Toddler Tantrums and Aggression Almost all toddlers will go through an aggressive phase. Together with tantrums, common behaviors will include kicking, scratching, hitting, and even biting. According to child psychology experts, these do not suggest that you are a bad mom or dad, but they will require you to take some action. Child […]

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Child Psychology: Coping with Childhood Grief

Child Psychology: Coping with Childhood Grief It is common for children to experience difficulty adapting when they experience the loss of someone significant to them, whether they had a nurturing and loving relationship with that person or not. Losing this person will require a lot of time for them to completely process and accept. Even […]

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Child Psychology: Understanding ‘Loveys’

Child Psychology: Understanding ‘Loveys’ It is common for toddlers and young kids to develop a strong attachment to a “lovey” or a “security blanket”. You might notice him carrying his favorite stuffed animal, pillow, or blanket wherever he goes. This behavior has been seen in kids for centuries and is deemed normal in most circumstances. But […]

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Child Psychology: Parent Involvement in Autism Therapy

Child Psychology: Parent Involvement in Autism Therapy Autism is a mental condition that affects children’s ability to socialize, communicate, and show emotion. According to child psychology literature, millions of families are struggling all across the globe because of the challenges posed by autism. Many parents experience difficulty in communicating with their own children. Can parents’ getting […]