Peter Gray Ph.D.

Restoring Children’s Play: Creating Places for Social Play

By |2019-06-25T21:02:08-08:00June 25th, 2019|Categories: Behavioral Health, cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , , |

Restoring Children’s Play: Creating Places for Social Play

To enable children to play freely with others, we must create spaces safe enough for today’s nervous parents, yet free from adult control. Here is a list of possibilities.

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How Can We Restore Children’s Independent Outdoor Play?

By |2019-05-15T13:35:43-08:00May 14th, 2019|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , , |

How Can We Restore Children’s Independent Outdoor Play?

Play Deprivation Disorder is tragic consequence of our over-control of children’s lives. What can we do to remedy this problem? I want your ideas.

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Infants’ Instincts to Help, Share, and Comfort

By |2018-10-04T22:10:22-08:00October 3rd, 2018|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , , |

Infants' Instincts to Help, Share, and Comfort

Children know innately what they must do to develop well. This applies to physical, intellectual, emotional and social development; and, as I show here, also to moral development.

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Toddlers Want to Help and We Should Let Them

By |2018-09-25T16:42:35-08:00September 25th, 2018|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , |

Toddlers Want to Help and We Should Let Them

Researchers have found that very young children innately want to help, and if allowed to do so will continue helping, voluntarily, through the rest of childhood and into adulthood.

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