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"No! No! No Mommy"
If you have a toddler at home, I bet these words are very familiar to you. We all heard of "terrible 2's" but have you ever pondered why the popular word "No" is so joyful for toddlers to use? Toddlers are in developmental stage of autonomy. A 2-year-old has the control of doing and deciding what to do with their apparent abilities. With using words a 2-year-old can focus on gaining a sense of control over self and others; the greatest satisfaction is in the use of the word "No", as with this word, it helps the child decide whether to cooperate with others or not. If you are, a parent of a toddler be cautious, as if the child's efforts at autonomy stage is punished, feelings of shame and worthlessness may result for the child.

For help with any parenting issue don't' hesitate to get help!
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Provided by:
Bethie Kohanchi M.A. LMFT Licensed Marriage, Child and Family Therapist 12401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300 Los Angeles CA 90025 Tel: 310.968.6648

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