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How Halloween Affects Children Emotionally — an article on the Smart Living Network
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How Halloween Affects Children Emotionally

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Talking about it helps build their own self-awareness -- for instance decorations might create their own body feel their heart or stressed beat quickly, but they could do something about it. Consider seeing a Halloween episode of a series such as Curious George managing curiosity and his fears about No-Noggin!

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Perhaps you have had this Halloween experience? uttered? I have! Halloween can be overwhelming to a child's feelings and perceptions, and behaviours that are ordinary are forgotten.

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When you draw and chat out the program, utilize consistent, easy to remember words which you could use you please and thank.

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During Halloween, children are given the freedom to explore the imagination's dark side. They get to try on"bad man" or spooky personas, or observe witches, witches, graveyards and other things their thoughts might usually keep off limits. The area is decorated to look like an version of itself and temperament will sleep. It is a bit much for a child's head to deal with.

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Many children are visual learners, and drawing on a strategy in graphics and words helps them understand concepts and sequences of events. Help your child have your children give hints for what they would like to say when visiting a neighbor's door, and draw a map of the area, the path you will take while trick-or-treating.

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You don't need to go over the top (children know when we are praising too much, and it becomes less powerful!), but pat or a thumbs up on the back.

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What to do about all of the candy? Parents differ in their approaches, like giving one or two pieces of candy daily out or letting children eat. Parents can help their kids feel protected through installing something like home Alder Security. I like the concept of donating Halloween candy such as soldiers. This creates another chance to help children consider others through an exciting time when children may be a bit preoccupied with their candy loot.

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This leaves the plan at the"tip of the brain" so that it is easy to access when they're overwhelmed or excited. (Children often feel proud when they recall, but they may not!), 2) Stick with mother, and 3) Hold my hand if you are feeling nervous." It doesn't have to be a reminder each time you're going to walk up to a neighbor's house. This gives your child a chance!

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Parenting is full of moments of unexpected successes and defeats, so try to laugh it off and allow it to inform your strategy.

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Halloween is a time when we participate in actions that we do do, which may affect children. We may not know, or walk kids around the neighborhood to talk to adults they might not have met or speak to frequently, to collect candy. For people who struggle to know what to say in conditions that are new or children, it can be intimidating. For they might want to run from house to house and have a tough time pausing to socialize with individuals that are new. And in case you've got a child with a developmental gap like language delay or autism spectrum disorder, speaking to new people (even using a script such as"Happy Halloween!") Can be tougher.

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