SAPS 164 – The stuff no one tells you about having children, a career and saving your sanity

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Message from Sue :

I’ve been talking about this new ‘study’ of ONLY 178 families on BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester & BBC Radio Kent

Huge research shows that babies ‘can NOT self soothe as their vastly underdeveloped brains require a safe calm mature nervous system to do this with and for them.

When they cry nature intends this to bring a caring adult to them as it’s a survival need. Leaving them creates huge stress in their systems.’

Babies need to feel safe, secure & lovingly attached to us so hug, cuddle, love & nurture your baby

Sue’s Advice : 

DON’T LEAVE THEM TO CRY

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/news.sky.com/story/amp/leaving-babies-to-cry-it-out-does-not-impact-child-development-11954716

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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. Dear Sue, my son has become very clingy. What can I do to help him feel more at ease? Billy Masters Nova Scotia, Canada
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Answer :

I’ve been answering toddler questions for a regular feature that I write for an In-house magazine in the City – in fact, I was inundated and had over 40 questions all about toddlers.

One of the questions I answered was about a toddler clinging to Mum and not even letting her go to the loo which is a very common problem so here is the article I wrote to answer some of those concerns.

How many of us have left an inconsolable child in childcare or school and gone on our way with a sick heart, wondering if we’ve done the right thing?

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