The Changing Face of Child Space

This site, and its accompanying Facebook page, were launched just over a month ago. In that time, we’ve accrued almost 100 faithful followers and over 500 page views. It is clear that the issues of childhood are important and increased knowledge about child psychology is sought after.

The decision to create Child Space grew out of a passion to improve the lives of children, increase the effectiveness of caregivers’ roles and highlight the needs of childhood that do not get the level of attention deserved. Child Space, since its launch date, has grown to be more than just a website. And it is anticipated to continue to grow.

When you are through changing, you are through. ~Bruce Barton

American author, Bruce Barton’s quote reminds me that change is inevitable and necessary for growth and increased productivity. The seed of Child Space was planted during a period most conducive to its growth; a period where it could come from the most fertile soil I possess. Now that it is a sapling, it still requires careful nurturing, but is more amenable to change.

The time constraints of life no longer allow me to release three blog entries a week; as much as I wish that was not the case. I enjoy writing about children and even more, enjoy readers benefiting from the site. Thus, the decision was made to reduce posts to one per week, if only just for now.

Readers can look forward to witnessing the growth of Child Space. I am very much looking forward to the day it gets off the internet and launches out into the big wide world. Until then, however, keep reading and submitting your feedback. Your support is continuously appreciated.

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About Traci S. Williams-Nurse

Dr. Traci Williams-Nurse is a licensed psychologist who specialized in child, adolescent and family psychology. Her interests include child development, family functioning, video games and food. She was born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago and currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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One Response to The Changing Face of Child Space

  1. Marina says:

    Hi Traci,
    I really admire your initiative and I recognise the effort and time it takes to upkeep this space.
    I am proud of you and would do what I can to support your work on this space.
    Keep growing my wonderful daughter.
    p.s.I love the hair style.

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