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emotional containment is important to help children develop emotional regulation and avoid meltdowns, tantrums, and after school restraint collapse
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Core emotions

The purpose of core emotions Our core emotions have an important set of purposes. Each one has its own purpose, however, they all function to:

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Can I help, Mum?

​“Can I help, mum?” How many times have we heard this from our toddlers? When we’re making dinner, hanging up the washing, cleaning the windows.

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bedsharing or cosleeping safety
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Sex and cosleeping

Sex after having a baby can have all sorts of issues, Holly Heather’s blog on sex after birth talks through some of the concerns and

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Christmas carrying

Slings: a calming tool for Christmas Carrying can be a fantastic way to keep everyone calmer at Christmas. Christmas can be an overwhelming time for

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Self-care sucks, right?

Self-care. Urgh. Those 2 words. I hate them. They drip with guilt, oozing with indulgence and selfishness. I hate it when people bandy about the

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