Does picky eating reflect unresolved emotional issues?

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    You said it.

    My kids may have painted the cat with crisco or put a siblings shoe in the freezer with koolaid in it at home, but in public my kids were the best behaved children evah!

    A little terror goes a long way in the teaching of good behavior!
     
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    If an octopus of any age attached itself to the inside of my mouth or throat, I would probably scream myself into a coma.
     
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    I hate peas, black eyed peas, Lima beans, and liver. Period. No, Dad, liver does not taste like chocolate cake.

    Peas are deceptive. They are beautiful on the outside but deliver a special sort of nastiness on the inside.

    The trauma...........

    My son has a friend that eats hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza and junk food. We got him to eat the gyros at my son's birthday party but not the tzatziki sauce. His whole family eats like that. They don't venture into the unknown world of things like........asparagus, spinach, carrots etc.

    I think it has less to do with unresolved emotional issues and more to do with exposure.
     

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