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Andrea Bazemore
Andrea Bazemore created A View From the Sandbox to help educate parents, educators, and anyone who cares about children. She writes about a wide variety of topics and loves communicating with people from all over the world. Her mission is to show love, educate others, and help children live a long and happy life. She visualizes a world where kids can be kids, parents can parent well, teens ease into adulthood, and young adults live their dreams and society is filled to the brim with happy moments and memories.

Teaching my child about respecting personal space in 3 simple steps

Teaching my child about respecting personal space in 3 simple steps

We all have our boundaries. The parameters that we put up to give people distance.  As we begin to establish comfort levels, those barriers are knocked down.  Comfort levels work the same way universally whether we are talking about adults or kids.  Teaching kids about personal space, or boundaries, can come more easily to parents if you know how to relate.   1.     Empathize with them Not all kids come with open arms, ready to accept strangers into their lives. Some kids are shy and take months to warm-up to a new person.  Accepting your child’s comfort level is your ...

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