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Old 12-04-17, 07:33 PM
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How to raise a confident human? Rules of the playground

I've noticed that fuzzling is quite timid when we are around other babies or young children. Eg when other babies take the toys that she's holding from her she looks upset and helpless. She never takes toys from other babies which is odd at this age, I think. In the nursery they said she gets upset when any of the other babies get too close to her.

She's also quite a bit smaller than other babies her age so that doesn't help.

Anyway I always wanted to teach fuzzling to be good but being good also involves being good to yourself. Now I'm confused though how to send the right message. By default I seem to teach her the path of least resistance
..mostly In the name of politeness. Eg when she's trying to take a baby's toy then I tell her no, pull her away if required snd distract her. More often when another baby grabs what fuzzling is holding I ask her to share .

Isn't that sending the wrong message? That she always has to give in and give up what is hers?

Sorry my eyes are closing. Not sure I'm expressing myself. Above is just an example but I'm too sleepy to explain
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