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Posts Tagged ‘child psychology’

  • Can You See My Scars?

    December 17, 2013 • Parents spotComments (0)

    Can You See My Scars? Author: Christine McLean According to Newton and Gerrits (2011) “Abuse is something that cannot always be seen. It hurts people both inside and out and the pain feels worse when it is kept secret.”1 If the bruises and physical marks...

  • Batter my innocence

    September 26, 2013 • Parents spotComments (0)

    Batter My Innocence Author: Christine McLean The school bell rings and the air fills with the sounds of childish chatter. Shelby sighs heavily, picks up her books and slowly walks towards the school’s entrance with her head down and her eyes filled with a...

  • Spare the Rod and Spare the Child: Disciplining your child without hitting them

    September 26, 2013 • Parents spotComments (0)

    Spare the Rod and Spare the Child: Disciplining your child without hitting them Author: Alice Sithole All too often we hear the saying, “Spare the rod and spoil the child.” Or “Spoil the rod and spare the child.” In essence this is a school of thought...