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Revisited: Calm, Cool and Collected

Revisited: Calm, Cool and Collected

Update: 2020-12-24
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How loudly or quietly does your child express themselves? Perhaps they are vibrantly excited for a new scooter they have opened and immediately start popping wheelies, or they quietly open a set of blocks, say thank you, and move to the corner to play with their new gift. As they are adjusting to a two-week break schedule, do they holler about how tired they are, or quietly fall asleep on the couch before midnight hits on New Year’s eve? How a child expresses themselves reflects their intensity. In this throwback episode called “Cool, Calm, Collected,” hear Lori and Mackenzie discuss this temperament trait.

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Revisited: Calm, Cool and Collected

Revisited: Calm, Cool and Collected

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