Posts Tagged "kid logic"

Do-Overs to the Rescue!

Do-Overs to the Rescue!

“It’s not what you do that matters most. It’s what you do AFTER what you do.”—Dr. Garry Landreth Have you ever wished you could rebuild your relationship with your child after having said or done things you didn’t like? You can! Here are 5 tips for rebuilding your connection and your relationship: 1. The first step is ALWAYS listening with your eyes and ears. This...

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Part 3 – What’s Perfect About Perfectionism

Part 3 – What’s Perfect About Perfectionism

Where does imperfectionism come from? The short answer is “you.” In Part I, I said that perfectionism should actually be called imperfectionism because it’s all about finding imperfections in order to make things perfect. Then in Part 2, I gave you tools for becoming a true perfectionist — someone who finds the perfection that is already there. Now in Part 3, you can use those...

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Being Nice or Not?

Being Nice or Not?

Telling children, “Be nice!” can have unexpected consequences. You probably know that the non-specific command, “Be nice!” is not particularly helpful for children. But worse than that, it can result in the opposite behavior. Here’s how: When “Be nice!” is spoken in a corrective or threatening tone, as in “Be nice [or else]!” kids hear it as,...

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