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A Dose of Reassurance for Parents of Picky Eaters
If you have a picky eater in your family, just thinking about mealtime can fill you with dread. But does it have to be a recipe for disaster? This eMedTV slideshow provides support for those with picky children, with tips on dealing with conflicting advice, staying patient, and more.

A Dose of Reassurance for Parents of Picky Eaters
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Keep Calm

Nothing can make you feel like a parenting failure faster than a picky eater. Take heart, though -- you're not alone, and you're probably doing many things right already. Take a deep breath, keep calm, and aim for tiny changes. Making the dinner table a battleground may work temporarily, but in the long run, a patient attitude will help everyone involved.


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