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It's Hard to Feel Compassion for Unreasonable Emotions

It's Hard to Feel Compassion for Unreasonable Emotions

Update: 2022-11-222
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A concerned parent writes that her 3-year-old seems to be in a constant state of frustration or anxiety, and she makes outlandish demands and cries when she doesn’t get her way. While this mom tries to be compassionate, it’s getting more and more difficult, and she worries that her own postpartum anxiety may have modeled the behavior. She’s looking for healthy ways to help them both cope.

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For more advice on common infant/toddler parenting issues, please check out Janet's books at Amazon and Audible (adbl.co/2OBVztZ).



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It's Hard to Feel Compassion for Unreasonable Emotions

It's Hard to Feel Compassion for Unreasonable Emotions

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