Blog Posts - Self-soothing



BITTA KIDDA LOVIESACK: self-soothing and safe!

  With an eye for both form and function, our products not only solve real problems, they are adorable too. Our patented LovieSack™ is a modern day solution to the age old tradition of giving a Lovie to your baby. We provide baby with thi...
by Everything Changes on Nov 30, 2015

10 Things Adoptees Want You to Know

I was adopted as an infant, during a time when adoption was still shrouded in secrecy. My birth mother kept her pregnancy hidden from her family. She birthed me in a hospital room with no familiar faces. I was taken from her immediately. Back then, t...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Nov 14, 2015

Tapping Into Creativity to Teach Self-Soothing to Children

Hi Friends, I just wanted to share this article from Psychcentral.com. Some interesting ideas on how to help your kids deal with stress and how to Self Soothe (You can probably use them too!)9 Tools to Help Kids Cope Creativly with StressBy Margari...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Apr 11, 2015

When Adoption Goes Awry

When most parents adopt a child, they think love and care will be enough to erase a traumatic past. What happens when it’s not? Five. Whole. Days. And they were ready to give up. I imagine most people have trouble wrapping their brains around r...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Dec 15, 2013

All parents want to comfort and soothe their adopted children

Dore E. Frances, Ph.D. This primal instinct is hard-wired into the neurobiology of mammals. It enables parents to feel bonded to the adopted child. With adopted children it is always the hope of the parents that child feels bonded to them. This then...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Jul 20, 2013

Are You Weird?

One of the most common things we worry about as parents of spectrum kids, besides getting them the hell out of our house someday, is whether they will be able to fit in with typical peers.  While we may not ever try to make them stop flapping or spi...

Are You Weird?

One of the most common things we worry about as parents of spectrum kids, besides getting them the hell out of our house someday, is whether they will be able to fit in with typical peers.  While we may not ever try to make them stop flapping or spi...


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