You know the triggers:
- It’s bedtime and your child is anxious and filled with worries. She’s been up for three drinks of water, two extra hugs, and one trip to the bathroom. She’s only been in bed for ten minutes. It’s going to be a long night.
- Your child just got home from school and the built up stress from the day has him on the verge of another meltdown.
- You are driving your child to a birthday party, one she looked forward to, but now she asks you to turn around…her stomach hurts.
- It’s 8 A.M., the school bus is coming down the street, but your child is still not dressed and in tears. You can drive him later, but you’re not sure if you can get him in the car, or out of it, once you get to school. It’s another one of those days.
What can you do?
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