Month: August 2015

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How we develop through play 1: The impact of play on personality development

Every child will have fond memories of playing with friends and family. Memories from games and sports to playing tag and pretend. Playtime becomes a crucial part of any child’s day and can help the child with cognitive development. One key area in which playtime can impact the child’s development is in the child’s personality. …

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Growing pains part 1: Water thicker than blood: Why children seem to bond more with friends

For every Harry Potter there’s a Ron Weasley, for every Calvin, a Hobbes and for every Tom Sawyer a Huck Finn; held together by an inseparable bond that seems to withstand the tests of time. For some reason, many adolescents and teens today seem to have a stronger bond with best friends than with their …

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