Happy April 3rd!!!
Here is the third installment of the Child Abuse Prevention Month series. Today's installment concerns reading the tea leaves, picking up the scent, and discovering just what helpful information there is to learn about your child's behavior. There are always clues!
It can be challenging to ask this question when we are feeling stressed and annoyed and manipulated. That's why breathing (day 1) and not believing everything you think (day 2) are essential prerequisites to becoming a student of your child.
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P.S. Visit this link to learn more about upcoming classes that are starting up soon! To honor Child Abuse Prevention Month, I am offering a 10% discount off all classes.