Elaine Heffner

Elaine Heffner

@ElaineHeffner

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I am a mother. grandmother. author of Mothering, psychotherapist, and parent educator...blogging at http://GOODENOUGHMOTHERING.COM

Joined on May 26, 2011

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There are factors in society other than "helicopter" parenting that explain parents' long term involvement in their children's lives. This week: "Eternal Parenting." http://www.goodenoughmothering.com 

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Sometimes deferring to someone else's wishes can feel like letting them be boss. This week: Who's the Boss?

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Early childhood programs enrich the lives of children and parents but can't substitute for more comprehensive universal child care. This week: "An Early Head Start."

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The new parent game involves choices that may not work in the real world. This week: "Make Believe Choices."

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A new game tests skills of digital parents and outcomes in digital children. This week: "Make Believe Parenting."

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Things as we imagine them to be don't always turn out as expected. This week: "Be Careful What You Wish For."

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What parents learn raising children can be effective in dealing with people in public life. This week: "Mother Power".

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Children often answer back when they are learning to speak up. The development of autonomy can be challenging for parents. This week: "Finding Your Voice."

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Children's way of communicating with us is often misleading - leading us astray in our responses. This week: "Reading Behavior."

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Our children are increasingly addicted to social media but can they recognize misinformation and "fake" news? This week: "Spotting Junk."

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The controversy continues about whether the stay-at-home or working mother is better for children. This week: "Mothers Matter." http://www.goodenoughmothering.com  http://www.goodenoughmothering.co/ 

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Is a child's birthdate connected to a diagnosis of ADHD? This week: "Youngest in the Class?" http://www.goodenoughmothering.com 

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Our choices as parents are constrained by our feelings for our children and at times misplaced ideas about what they need from us. This week" "Having to Choose."

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Parents worry when schools express concern about a child's behavior which may reflect developmental differences. Are differences too readily seen as disabilities or disorders? This week: Developmental worries.

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Technologists themselves are now deploring screen time for children as having risks for addiction and stunting development. Parents are left to confront ways to limit this behavior. This week: "The Devil in Our Phones."

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Conflicts can arise if parents see a child's behavior as a problem rather than reflecting a personality different from their own. This week: "Personality Differences."

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Helping children through developmental steps can be stressful leading parents to look for short cuts. This week: "Magical Solutions."

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An ongoing conflict for parents is the pull they feel between meeting their children's needs or wants and their own. This week: "Your Needs or Mine?"

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The ability of young children to be without their parents or caregiver in a new environment is a developmental step that varies in children. Even when children don't cling to their parents... https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1931669653538635&id=159422204096731 …

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Can young children identify with the emotional reactions of others? This week: "The Feelings of Others."

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