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Re: Young child regressing

Postby Jaboney » Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:57

Yeah, she went back to her usual self. Not sure why, or exactly what set her off in the first place. Guess she was sensitive to all the stress and grief, and settled down when it was over.

It was awful: messy, violent, disturbing. None of us were in the best of shape to deal with it, but it was particularly hard on my sister -- who had to deal with it -- and my youngest daughter -- who bore the brunt of the attacks and eventually had to be scooped up and isolated from her playmates.
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Re: Young child regressing

Postby ChinaCat » Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:20

Jaboney wrote:Yeah, she went back to her usual self.

Good! Figured she would.
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Re: Young child regressing

Postby sandman » Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:23

Happy to read that, Jeff.
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Re: Young child regressing

Postby divea » Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:42

Thanks for sharing Jaboney!! Glad she's fine now. Wish you guys all the best.
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