Childhood habits and what parents can do
Comforters, nail biting, nose picking, head banging are some of the many childhood habits. This comprehensive article explains why children develop these habits and what parents can do about them. Australia
Habits and annoying behaviour
This comprehensive article describes many childhood habits such as masturbation, thumb sucking and teeth grinding and what to do about them. United States
Many children have imaginary friends. They are part of normal child development. This article suggests how parents-caregivers can respond. Australia
When the new friend is imaginary
A short article about how imaginary friends support children's social development as they play out new relationships that occur in their lives. United States
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