NEW BLOG POST: When Your Toddler Says “No”
Cherry Hill therapist, Veronica Gillen, MSW, LSW, shares this encouraging post for parents.
Ah, the captivating stage of parenting where your toddler picks up the word “no” and uses it frequently. Navigating a toddler’s constant self-assertion can often drain even the most patient parents, making them feel frustrated and overwhelmed. If you’re worried that your toddler’s “no” signifies defiance, you’re not alone. But guess what? These episodes indicate a vital stage in your child’s development. Stick with me to learn why, and how to gracefully handle these intricate parenting moments.
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