Alicia F. Lieberman quotes

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The most important emotional accomplishment of the toddler years is reconciling the urge to become competent and self-reliant with ...
The toddler's wish to please ... is a powerful aid in helping the child to develop a social awareness and, eventually, a moral con ...
Toddlerhood resembles adolescence because of the rapidity of physical growth and because of the impulse to break loose of parental ...
Because the young child feels with such intensity, he experiences sorrows that seem inconsolable and losses that feel unbearable. ...
Toddlers who don't learn gradually about disappointment lose their resilience through lack of practice in give-and-take with other ...
Acknowledging separation feelings directly and sympathetically is the best way of coping with them. It is actually helpful to tell ...
Being apart is always experienced by the child, at some level, as the equivalent of being left. There is an unspoken belief, "If y ...
Above and beyond paying attention to feelings before and after a separation, never threaten your child with leaving or loss of lov ...
If the child-caregiver relationship is nurturing, reliable and often even joyous, the child's confidence in human relationships as ...
Managing a tantrum involves nothing less than the formation of character. Even the parent's capacity to cope well with conflict ca ...
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