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The Running Leap—Not Just for Kids

The Running Leap—Not Just for Kids

Instead of seeing your life as one step forward, two steps back, and feeling frustrated most of the time, what if you knew the two steps back were also moving you forward? That's how a running leap works—you have to back up a few steps in order to succeed with the leap. Knowing that gives you a powerful tool—a new way to see and manage the actions you take after you hit what feels like a...

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Anger CAN DOs

Anger CAN DOs

When a child is angry, SAY WHAT YOU SEE (SWYS) sounds like this: SWYS: "You didn't like that," or "You're really angry!" Often one objective response is enough to keep you from reacting with anger yourself and to create an opening for the child to communicate more. One of the main principles of SAY WHAT YOU SEE is that everything children say and do is a communication; and that they must continue...

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