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A viral Facebook post is intended to remind the parents of the customs of Christmas can take their children, and to inform them of the ways in which they will be able to help out with the children.
Esther Sowerby, a registered day care provider in Wales, has taken up the post of a child, but to explain why young people may be faced with increased stress due to a changing sleep schedule, family, travel plans, and even their sugar intake.
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“To me, this is Christmas,” Sowerby started her post with.
“You might have let me, I will eat more sugar than usual, and I’m bound to have higher highs and lower lows,” said Sowerby, or to be more precise, the “little person,” she said on behalf of.
“During the holidays, I repeat, I may be better able to cope with the transitions, as I know exactly what is going to happen, so please be aware of our plans for the day, and it is clear to me,” she added.
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Sowerby, or to be more precise, the “little person” — and went on to explain that the children’s stress when they see that their parents are getting overwhelmed by the holiday season. And the children will not have the value of the money, ” she says, so she can’t understand why they can’t get the expensive christmas gift she saw on TV.
“I don’t have any idea about the value of money, as there is no way I can be that giant Lego set for Christmas, then you can have me over for Christmas. Then, I will have more time to be on my way, and I will teach you to rely on your honesty.”
Sowerby concluded by recommending that parents do not yell at their children when they “lose it”, but rather to try to understand why the child is acting.
“I will never knowingly disappoint you, and I wasn’t trying to ruin your Christmas. I’m not really that calculated. I’m just a little person’s brain to deal with stress in different ways, on your own,” she said.
“I will never knowingly disappoint you, and I wasn’t trying to ruin your Christmas. I’m not really that calculated. I’m just a little person’s brain to deal with stress in different ways, on your own,” said Sowerby, on behalf of the minor children.
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Sowerby’s post, which originally went up at the end of November, and has since been shared over 52,000 times on Facebook and has won a host of supportive comments.
“It is so beautiful and so very true for our kids,” wrote one commenter, who added that the message also applies to the not-so-little ones.”
What a wonderful reminder for all of us,” said one of the others.
In a later post, Soweby noticed that in the “crazy amount of replies received in the context of its original Facebook post, but be warned that perfect parenting is almost impossible, and explains why it has been DONE.
“Of my post is to see Christmas through the eyes of children, there is a crazy amount of comments! Mostly positive, but some people will be sad, and even guilty, that is, it is not possible to have a parent like that all the time,” she said. “Whatever it is, no one can! And the good news is that this is how you can patch things up with a child that will make a difference.”
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Soweby even though everyone is on the lookout for more information on how to connect and re-connect with your child’s visit to the University of st andrews, and a Yale-trained psychologist Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk.