10 Tips to Taming and Transitioning The Type A Child

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All things indirectly affect each other especially our children’s disposition and nutrition intake. Knowing this, I am sharing with you the advice of my son’s teacher. I asked the teacher, “What are some words of wisdom moms like myself can share with their Type A child when he/she transitions to a new school or grade next year?” Here are her answers:
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Kids Eat Right

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All too often, however, I have seen the negative consequences of focusing exclusively on a child or adolescent’s weight and body mass index.
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Raising Children With Different Nutrition Needs

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How should a parent handle instances when one child has a HUGE sweet tooth, and is underweight but the other kids in the same family are a normal weight or overweight? How does a parent deal with this situation in a way that doesn't create food issues?
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What does your child’s sense of balance have to do with trying new foods?

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Every parent knows the importance of a balanced diet, but what does the sense of balance have to do with trying new foods? Our sense of balance and movement, originating in the inner ear and known as the vestibular system, is the foundation for all fine motor skills.
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To Breastfeed or Not To Breastfeed?

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Moms may differ in their opinions and or choice to breastfeed or bottle-feed. I personally think it should be the woman's right to choose. Breastfeeding and bottle-feeding both have pros and cons.
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One Mom’s Story on Breastfeeding

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Pregnancy was challenging at times, childbirth was excruciatingly painful beyond words, but breastfeeding was hands down the hardest thing I’d ever done in my life.
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