What to Do-- about Your Child's Moods and Emotions
Practical advice and proven solutions for helping children survive emotional ups and downs -- helping kids ages 5 to 13 cope with their emotions and forge healthy relationships. Includes real-life examples, advice from parents and kids, recommendations from experts.
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