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What is important for the development of positive emotions?
Love and affection, security and safety.
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What do children who are loved for themselves do?
Learn their own value as a person and grow happy and confident. They learn to love their parents, family and friends in return. The world is a happy place for them to be in, full of friendly people and exciting things to learn about.
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When will emotional stress be experienced by children?
If another baby is born and they have to share the affections (jealousy), familiar people leave, move away or die, they leave their familiar surroundings to go to playgroup or nursery, children have to go to hospital.
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What can stress and insecurity lead to?
Regressive behavior such as bed wetting, using baby talk and demanding help with feeding and dressing.
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What can temper tantrums involve?
Stamping feet, screaming, shouting, throwing things, crying, falling to the ground, holding their breath and hitting.
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How should temper tantrums be dealt with?
By diverting the child's attention to something else.
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What does attention seeking behavior involve?
Baby talk, interrupting adults, refusing to eat, head banging and aggressive behavior.
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What sort of items do children use for comfort?
A cuddly toy, a blanket, a dummy, their thumb, muslin
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What do children who are loved for themselves do?

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Learn their own value as a person and grow happy and confident. They learn to love their parents, family and friends in return. The world is a happy place for them to be in, full of friendly people and exciting things to learn about.

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