October 2008
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);10/6/2008, Vol. 60 Issue 40, p78
The article offers tips on how mothers help their children deal with physical and emotional pain. It states that one way to ease the child's pain after being hurt is to put some love. When having a vaccination or other shots, it is important to make the child comfortable about the sting. It is also important to teach children that if they can react well to a setback, they will be better for other setbacks.


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