Tickling is the act of touching a part of a body in a way that causes involuntary
twitching .... In the parent-child concept, tickling establishes at an early age the
pleasure associated with being ...
Tickling looks, on the surface, like a kind of play that children enjoy, and that is
good for them. While it has good intentions, it can often hurt a child.
"Take a gentle approach, and let your child be in control," says Lawrence Cohen,
Ph.D., author of Playful Parenting. Or try one of these variations on tickling:
Apr 30, 2010 ... At first glance, tickle games appear to be times of fun and joy. When you tickle a
child, the child laughs. What's not fun about that? But think ...
May 10, 1989 ... The person who wrote the letter condemned baby-tickling as cruel and ... After
reading the anti-tickling letter, I asked a child expert if tickling ...
Jan 7, 2005 ... My friend said that the kind of tickling that is light and playful and stops
immediately if the child wants to stop is not abuse. But the kind of tickle ...
Honestly, I can say that I would NEVER tickle someone else's child, and I can say
that when I was a child I was NEVER tckled by anyone besides my family.
Behaviors that routinely disrespect or ignore boundaries make children ... kissing,
tickling, wrestling with or holding a child even when the child does not want ...
Jan 18, 2010 ... Not With My Child is an educational predator awareness program for .... to get
physically personal with your children by tickling and touching.
(This includes brushing); Children inherently want to please, do not assume “bad
... respect it as a sensory signal and indicator; Refrain from tickling your child.