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Posted: Nov 25, 2016 22:02

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Bonners Ferry, ID


What Not to Say
to Teens About Weight


Contact:
Lon Woodbury
208-267-7717
lonwoodbury@gmail.com
www.strugglingteens.com



If you are concerned about your child's eating habits, Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin Psy.D. a Los Angeles Psychoanalyst and author of "Food for Thought" advised Lon Nov. 25, 2016 to "strike when the Iron is cool." She further explained when your child is reaching for a second helping is not the time to mention your concern, and probably should not be addressed directly. She continued that if you feel you need a conversation, it is best to do it later and start with a concern about their health or some other global topic. Listen to Dr. Nina explain the best ways to approach your concern about a child's weight or eating habits. [Our thanks to Rich Simpson, owner of Pathways Abroad for providing our intro music]

Contact:
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin
Dr.Nina@WintheDietWar.com
www.WintheDietWar.com


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