Often when we have a picky/selective eater our dinner table is not the most pleasant place to be!
However, as stressful and infuriating as food challenges can be at the table, the more upset/annoyed/frustrated we become the less likely our child is to eat.
If we get upset, they will tune into this and it will affect the way they are feeling. Any time our child gets angry, upset or sulky they are less likely to eat.
This means that having tumultuous family meals actually works against us not for us.
And I get that having a child refuse to eat, throw food, jump up and down from the table, demand new choices and generally make our life miserable - is miserable.
However, we are in charge of the atmosphere at dinner - even if we don't feel like we are.
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Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.