There can be so much expectation and pressure to bring our children on in life. We want them to meet milestones and get ahead and develop as much as possible. We want our kids to reach their full potential and to experience as much happiness as possible.
Each day, in my Facebook Group, I post a question to invite discussion.
Yesterday, in a discussion about food, one of the members said, “I think this is how a lot of parents whose kids eat adventurously, got them to eat adventurously: they didn’t”.
Yes and No often seem like polar opposites. When we have confidence in stating both Yes and No then we can begin to explore the huge stretch between them to enrich our lives (and our relationship with our kids).
It’s mid June and I am sitting in a winter jersey dress over trousers. And I have socks on. My fingers are cold. Recently I have wanted to turn the central heating on too.
The Art of Communication: Part 1
#BitesizeBea When we focus on ‘other’ we let go of our responsibility in communication. Tweet this!