Monthly Archives: July, 2017

Why do we praise?

Why do we praise? When it comes to praising our PDAers it can be a difficult job, it’s not as straightforward as saying something nice and them accepting the nice words. Many PDAers dislike praise, to the point where they will lash out when praised. This makes it hard to build up their self-esteem as …

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Day 3 – Child’s Favourite Book

Day 3 – Child’s Favourite Book Books are well liked in this house. I’m an avid reader and the boys all love having bedtime stories, even Ton listens in on Monkey’s bedtime story, in between his usual hand flapping and rolling around on the floor. Polar Bear reads on and off, apparently he has read …

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Day 2 – 10 things you didn’t know about PDA

Day 2 – 10 things you didn’t know about Pathological Demand Avoidance   Well, being pedantic, I don’t actually know what you, the reader, know about Pathological Demand Avoidance. You could be brand new to the condition so know next to nothing about it, or you could be a PDA veteran and already know everything …

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Day 1 – Meaning behind blog name

Special Needs Bloggers 30 Day Challenge. Day 1 – Meaning behind blog name.   I’ve been a little busy recently so haven’t had chance to blog much, I’ve also not been quite sure what to blog about. There’s so much I want to write but getting those thoughts together can be quite hard. I cam …

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