by on November 29, 2012

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There are times when other bloggers contact me and ask me to share their resources.

Here is a great example of a blog which was popular and relevant to parents who often wonder about the topic of “smothering” a child

The link to the blog is: http://www.gonannies.com/blog/2012/how-to-protect-your-child-without-smothering-her/

Here is the start of the blog, written by Marcia Hall:


How to Protect Your Child without

Smothering Her

Posted on November 28, 2012 by admin

By Marcia Hall

                        Every parent wants to keep their child safe from harm, and it’s not unusual for that concern to become worry and often times panic because of the daily news stories of horrific acts and tragic events. They can make you want to keep your children inside with the doors locked, never letting anyone else near your kids. However sheltering your children from any and all life events in the name of safety isn’t necessary or practical. This extreme worry can greatly affect the child, causing fear, stranger anxiety and social problems for the child. There is, however, a way to balance the worry parents have for the safety of their child with the positive social development of that child.

Understand the child’s temperament

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