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Aug 31, 2015
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Nov 02, 2010
All is well...
by: Anonymous

Well of course, shortly after I posted this, our daughter did a 180. She had a really fun family weekend, we attempted another sticker chart and IT WORKED!!! A few tears getting on the bus for a couple of days, but no crying at all at school now. She is still a bit timid going to dance, but I am ok with that. It has now been two weeks that we have been tear free. I hope that your daughter has the same luck. It is so heartbreaking!

Nov 01, 2010
Crying at Kindergarten
by: Anonymous

Oh my gosh! I could have written the exact same post! Other than Kindergarten starting, no major changes. Not sure where my confident, self-assured daughter has gone. She was the one who helped kids like her in preschool before. Now, I have a stomach ache everyday from thinking of her being so terrified. Please let me know if you have found any relief. Thanks and good luck to you!

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