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Old 06-18-20, 10:12 AM
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Re: Fact:primary caregivers first regulate their infants emotional behavior.

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I have no control and I will never dust.
Have you tried the handheld Dyson vacuums?

I got a new older model Dyson 6 on sale and it has helped tremendously.

Best thing is the battery only lasts no more than 20 minutes on the older models.

So the battery runs out and I never get to complete the job before I get bored.

And then I have an excuse to wait until tomorrow, while I wait for the battery to charge.

Only down side is I need to remember to wash vacuum filter in cold water, once a month, or the lifetime of the battery lessens dramatically.




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Re: Fact:primary caregivers first regulate their infants emotional behavior.

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Fortunately, I don’t have any infants to raise, shape and mold into well prepared and adapted individuals to handle today’s world.
Focusing on the topics of shaping and moulding individuals in this post.

I think the infants are going to be shaped and molded in some way, either way.

I am not recommending anybody attempt to change anybody into being somebody the individual is not.

In my experience, when ever possible it is best to let the child lead and the caregiver(s) follow, teaching the child to be safe and making sure the child feels loved, along the way.

I am trying to promote the best environment to help give children the opportunity to be who they want to be.

Instead of the individual spending all their time in early childhood dealing with distresses, that instead the individual spends as much time as possible practicing and learning to be who they want to be.






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Re: Fact:primary caregivers first regulate their infants emotional behavior.

to quote Donald Winicot.
"as long as a child was potty trained they have good enough parents and can be good enough themselves"
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