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Words and Anxiety

I like words. Written. Spoken. Sung. Typed. I talk a lot about words too. Below are posts I’ve written about them. Speak aloud when things are happy Just one magic word and all my kids come running (TRUE!) Using words as concepts in parenting Motivating my kids to clean up when things are chaotic around [...]
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