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Imaginary Companions & the Children Who Create Them
Marjorie Taylor. Many parents delight in their childís imaginary companion (IC) as evidence of a lively imagination & creative mind. At the same time, parents wonder if the ICs might be a sign that the child is in emotional distress or has difficulty communicating with other children. Here, Taylor provides an informed look at current thinking about pretend friends, dispelling many myths about them. ICs are common, & the children who have them tend to be less shy than other children. They are also better able to focus their attention & to see things from another personís perspective. Discusses childrenís belief in Santa, their dreams, & their uncertainty about the reality of TV characters. Addresses how children express their own feelings by attributing them to their IC.
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