When I first heard of The Eating Game https://theeatinggame.ca/ I was excited. Having someone in my neighbouring town care about the health and well-being of others as much as I did was awesome and then I learned even more about its brilliance.
Jean Nicol has spent much of her life working with families and students with challenges such as Autism; parents who fought daily with their children just to get them to do something as simple as eat. Parenting is hard on the easiest of days, if you have kids you’ll know what I mean, but to have one or more children who show signs of Autism or just picky eaters it can be frustrating.
Mealtime should be when families bond, relating stories about their day over a shared meal but that’s not for everyone. Picky eaters, in general, may demand a special meal for themselves, creating more hassle for you and time away from the rest of your family. One solution is to all eat the basic much loved foods your child eats but The Eating Game is the better alternative.
Seeing a copy of the invention clarified things for me as it will your family. Giving back the freedom to choose to your child speaks volumes to them while you can still limit the unhealthy items and still have control. It helps you encourage your children to try new things and more readily accept their opinion if they try it and don’t like it. Just know that you can try again as they may change their minds.
Being able to get this system digitally increases the functionality of it as you can start today and appreciate meal time again!
Give it a try, it may just be the fix you’ve been needing!
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Author of Sending You Sammy http://www.adventuresofsammy.com/