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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Teach Self-Reflection

Teach Self-Reflections: “By setting an example, parents teach their kids to maintain perspective and solve problems. “It’s important for children not to just be on the go all the time, but to be able to step back, think about their experience, try to better...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Build Positive Self-Esteem

Build Positive Self-Esteem: “Help your child learn to excel in activities that he or she shows an aptitude toward, whether it’s sports or the arts. Equally important, encourage your child to try new things and to persevere through difficult situations—and compliment her...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Same as it Ever Was

Same as it Ever Was: “Establishing and following daily rituals—starting at an early age with something as simple as a bedtime story—fosters a sense of reassurance. “Having an expectable routine, particularly for kids who have had some kind of stressor, helps them feel safer...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Building Social Skills

Building Social Skills: “Teach your child how to develop and maintain friendships and show her how you reach out to your own friends in times of need. “We learn coping skills in the context of our relationships with others,” Lester says. “Friendships can help to...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- The Family That Reads Together…

The Family That Reads Together: “They’re oldies but goodies: Reading and discussing books together, as well as adhering to regular mealtimes where family members are encouraged to talk about the day’s events, are also ways to teach children how to process and share...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- The Ties That Bond

The Ties That Bond: “A warm and nurturing relationship between parent and child goes a long way toward developing the child’s sense of security. The child should know his needs will be attended to while at the same time understanding that there are certain expectations....
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Share and Share Alike

Share and Share Alike: “A shared sense of identity—both within the family and in the larger community—can also help to build resilience. Ritual holiday celebrations and birthday gatherings foster a sense of meaning, as do activities such as looking at photographs together to...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Healthy Habits

Healthy Habits: “By stressing from an early age the importance of a good diet, regular exercise and sleep, parents help their children develop habits that will fortify them both physically and mentally for the inevitable challenges of adulthood. The key to doing it right? Avoid...
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UCLA Magazine Article: Coping Mechanism- Taylor’s Art Board

UCLA Researchers have found “the ability to be resilient in the face of life’s stresses with success and happiness, and points to the importance of childhood experience in determining our ability to cope in adulthood.” We are a true believer in this statement. Last Winter,...
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