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WHO by emma ugarelli
Like many youngsters, Baby Lion gets into trouble because he acts without thinking about the consequences. He lacks self-regulation, and he cannot control himself.
Lou and his mane's story pinpoint the role of the little brother's action, something prevalent among siblings. He took something precious from his big brother without asking, and on many occasions, it could end in a big fight. Fortunately, Lou was relieved to see his mane again and noticed that his little brother regretted his actions. He took a deep breath, put on his mane and showed his little brother understanding. There are some ways for parents to minimize those situations, giving clear rules, teaching the children to manage conflict and giving each child their own time and space with you and alone.
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Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.