“A child’s brain… isn’t yet developed enough to self-regulate intense negative emotion on it’s own. When feelings get big, the ability to listen to logic or make decisions gets small (or nonexistent) for many kids.
When it comes to a child on the brink of meltdown, a self-regulating strategy is to move the body and adjust the environment mindfully.” – Yogapeutics
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