Why it is a Good Thing When Your Kids Feel Disgust

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Disgust gets a bad rap. We often forget it is an emotion and natural to our bodies. It isn't disrespectful or even rude.

It's designed to help us move away from material and people that might be rotten.

Help your kids learn to trust and listen to the creepy feeling they get when someone touches them or stands too close to them etc.

You can still teach kids how to communicate their disgust feelings respectfully without shutting them down.

Our disgust can be the difference between safety and trauma if we see it as a trustworthy warning and not simply something to stuff away.

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