Does your child feel you love her unconditionally? That is the first of the six “heart connection” questions in the relationship section of the book.
This simple exercise has been a real surprise for many families. It can be pretty awkward at first, but those who push on through get the big rewards.
Does your child feel you think she is a capable, competent human being with a worthwhile future? Second part of the third question of our six heart connection questions.
This is the first part of question three of the six relationship questions. Praise is not always a good thing.
In part two, we will look into how to get our children to figure it out and direct their own behavior in the kind of situations that occur all the time in normal daily life.
How to get our children to “make” themselves behave and take responsibility for themselves.
The second half of “Are we a safe place for our children? (Part one).
Does our child feel we are a safe place she can come to no matter how much she has messed up or what kind of trouble she is in? Part one of two.
In many families when a child misbehaves or fails to be responsible it becomes a problem for the parent, not the child. These parents take on the responsibility of the misbehavior and make it their burden. That is not how it should be.
Taking on the second of the six relationship questions. Just looking at a small part of that question - first greetings.
My first blog post. Sort of an introduction and my intentions.