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Old 01-30-2013, 08:13 PM   #3
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Re: Getting some space (personal space)

I am a BIG fan of sharing rooms but that being said when I raised my siblings and now with my own children their bedrooms are ONLY for sleeping. No toys allowed except for loveys at night time. They all share a playroom for toys and we have a room for studies. Maybe reorganizing bedrooms so you have more "open" rooms for play or study will give the children more "alone" space. Or you can always have an "angry corner". In my house it is a play tent, when they are mad or frustrated they can go in the tent by themselves and be mad. They can cry or yell or hit pillows, what ever they need to do to get it all out. When they come out of the tent they have to be calm and nice again. It's nice because it gives the illusion of privacy. Best wishes mama, in all this you just have to do what will work for YOUR family so try some things out!
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