Toddlers are the great equalizer. No matter how strong you think you are, a short fat dictator who suddenly doesn’t like that kind of ketchup will break you. We commiserate and troubleshoot with Clint Edwards, author of SILENCE IS A SCARY SOUND.
Toddlers are the great equalizer: no matter how strong you think you are, the short fat dictator has what it takes to break you.
If you're in the throes of toddlerhood, we salute you. Knowing that it won't last forever can help. Knowing that tantrums are a biological imperative also helps. Still, it's a good thing their adorable faces and fat little dimpled hands activate pleasure and reward regions in literally every human brain, cause they BETTER be cute, is what we're saying.
In this episode, we commiserate and troubleshoot life with toddlers with guest Clint Edwards, author of Silence is a Scary Sound: And Other Stories on Living Through the Terrible Twos and Threes.
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