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Three Year Old

Are You Listening to Your Preschooler?

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | Posted 04.04.2016 | Parents
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

The best parenting style for preschoolers is one that builds self-confidence. Using Parental Intelligence always helps. Three and four-year-olds are v...

When Three-Year-Olds Stand Up for Themselves

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | Posted 03.03.2016 | Parents
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

There's no one like your own child but three-year-olds often have a lot in common in the way they express their new found autonomy and desire to stand...

Faced With Unwanted Behavior? Ask, 'What Does it Mean?' Not, 'What Do I Do'

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | Posted 10.28.2015 | Parents
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

Children of all ages demonstrate unwanted behaviors that are puzzling. They don't always do what good hearted parents wish. Babies cry after they've been fed, changed, stimulated and hugged. Toddlers make messes after you've just cleaned up. Two- and three-year-olds thrive on saying, "No."

30 Struggles Only A 3-Year-Old Would Understand

Mommy Nearest | Posted 07.21.2015 | Parents
Mommy Nearest

Being 3 is tough. You're not a baby anymore, but you're not a big kid yet, either. You're expected to do what you're told, but now you have mind of your own. Uh-oh! Here are 30 times when, for a 3-year-old, the struggle is real.

Navigating Early Intervention

Karen Cordano | Posted 09.10.2014 | Parents
Karen Cordano

Before the outburst, I'd told myself I'd stay cool. We were doing what was best for C and that is what mattered. This whole thing was not a value judgment on him or on our parenting. And yet, suddenly, I was the parent who did not want to hear it.

This Is 3

Nina Badzin | Posted 04.03.2013 | Parents
Nina Badzin

Three is climbing, dancing and understanding the rules of a game. It's the "I do it myself" age.

Lost & Found: How a Three-Year-Old Survived 52 Hours in the Woods (and How You Can Too)

Ben Sherwood | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Ben Sherwood

The story of Joshua Childers presents an opportunity to revisit the most important survival rule if you get lost in the woods (or anywhere else for that matter).