Helping Your Child Who’s In A Funk

If your grade-schooler gets moody, you can help.

Talking About Feelings

When Janice and Paul’s daughter turned 7, they breathed a sigh of relief. Last year Emily’s favorite word was “no,” and she talked back constantly. Alas, now she seemed worried and sad. She felt that no one liked her at school, that the other kids thought she was weird.


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