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Is it normal for a three year old to be very emotional? Cries or gets teary eyed when something sad happens....Tv and real life.

Is it normal for a three year old to be very emotional? Cries or gets teary eyed when something sad happens....Tv and real life.

Reassurance needed: It may be that she is imitating someone at home or something she has seen on the television. When this happens talk to her to try and reassure her that everything will be alright. ...Read more

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Is it normal for a 3 year old to be really emotional?

Is it normal for a 3 year old to be really emotional?

Not really: Need to find out what triggered it off.Please take your child to his/her pediatrician before things get out of control. ...Read more

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Can you still have emotional development in old age at 65?

Can you still have emotional development in old age at 65?

Yes, of course!: As long as a person is alive and breathing, emotional development can continue. That's one of the wonderful things about being human, and having neuroplasticity ; neurogenesis going on in your brain all the time. Enjoy. ...Read more

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How does marriage affect your emotional development?

How does marriage affect your emotional development?

As long as married: Throughout the course of a marriage, or any significant relationship, the emotional development of the individuals is effected. It can be altered for the better or for the worse. Much is dependent on the patterns of communication, role expectations, and rigidity versus flexibility. If you need help, seek guidance from a therapist. ...Read more

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What factors may affect a preschooler's emotional development?

What factors may affect a preschooler's emotional development?

Emotions: The love, understanding, attentiveness and empathy they receive is crucial to a young child's development. You may benefit from reading my blog, "the psychology of goodness" on the soundmindz.Org website which describes how early emotional development influences us in one direction or the other. Best. ...Read more

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How do you treet arrested emotional development in adults?

How do you treet arrested  emotional development in adults?

Arrested development: This depends on what you mean by "arrested development, " and how the person sees it himself/herself. A good psychiatric/psychological evaluation is needed first. If a personality disorder is present, longer term psychotherapy will be needed. Some of these are not easily treatable, because the individual either doesn't see the issues as problems, or doesn't see himself/herself as responsible. ...Read more

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Will arrested emotional development becaused by bullying and having no one to confide in at that time?

Will arrested emotional development becaused by bullying and having no one to confide in at that time?

Tell someone: I would say trauma is caused, more than arrested development, per se Find someone you trust and say something. Keeping it inside does nothing. Depending on the context, find out what resources you have at your disposal to stop the bullying. ...Read more

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How does a depressed mom impact her child's emotional development?

How does a depressed mom impact her child's emotional development?

Severely.: The child's emotional development depends on a give-and-take with the primary caregiver: infants learn to replicate the caregiver's nonverbal mood cues, and caregiver's displays of pleasure reinforce behaviors of the infant that led to these positive reactions. A depressed parent is unable to provide these reinforcements. ...Read more

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My three year old girl has some kind of eczema (itchy skin and rash). What kind of doctor should I take her to see to save my time and money and get best result for my girl, a pediatrician, a dermatologist, a family doctor, a hospital, or someplace else?

My three year old girl has some kind of eczema (itchy skin and rash). What kind of doctor should I take her to see to save my time and money and get best result for my girl, a pediatrician, a dermatologist, a family doctor, a hospital, or someplace else?

Pediatrician: How about starting with your child's pediatrician? He or she is likely to be very experienced in treating eczema in children as this is a very common skin problem. If your pediatrician feels it is medically necessary, he/she may subsequently refer you to a dermatologist if necessary. ...Read more

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