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Lessons from the Playroom


Oct 4, 2019

"A child's failure to notice a lack of hygiene is often a sign that they're disconnected from their bodies." - Lisa Dion

Little kids aren't known for hygiene and inside the playroom is no different. However, a noticeable lack of hygiene may be the sign of something bigger. A child regressing in emotional age or reliving past trauma may engage in unsanitary behavior. When this happens, it's important that we leave shame at the door.

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