Paid Advertisement

Paid Advertisement



[E-mail story]  [Print story]

Posted: Nov 25, 2016 22:02

Click to Visit
Paid Advertisement

Woodbury Reports, Inc.
Bonners Ferry, ID

What Not to Say
to Teens About Weight

Lon Woodbury

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]

Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin

Listen Now

To comment on this article

PO Box 1671 | Bonners Ferry, ID 83805 | 208-267-5550
Copyright 1995-2017 by Strugglingteens,LLC. All rights reserved.    Privacy Policy
DHTML Menu By Milonic JavaScript