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Children are not born with executive functioning skills, they are born with a capacity to develop them. Executive function filters distractions, focuses attention, and prioritizes resources to meet life’s changing demands. However, some children — and adults — have difficulties establishing these skills.
Surviving middle school can feel like juggling, and keeping all the balls in the air can be stressful: academic accomplishments, social demands, changing appearances, and more. The best way to avoid a meltdown is to recognize the early warning signs. Here are some tried and true tips to guide your tween through these years. ...
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