Although the episode focuses on children, the point also applies to relationships with close adults. Please press play to listen.
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As for adults, children’s stress hurts. Cathy is hurting. Were you her parent, how would you handle the situation here? — Press play to listen.
Here is an excerpt originally written for young children. The tips can easily be applied to all of us. You may find them helpful as you teach your children and interact with them. — Press play to listen.
Not all teachers are created equal. Here are 34 tips from one of the best. As you listen, consider how the strategies work equally for proactive parents. Press play to listen.
Sure, kids get sick. They become mildly ill or sometimes, seriously ill. That’s true whether the illness is mental or physical. But saying that a child is mentally ill is quite misleading. Here are some thoughts about the confusion. Just press play.
This is a very difficult issue when it develops in young children. There is a suggestion here for you. Just press play.
We have been hearing in the news a lot lately about people crossing the personal boundaries of others. Typically this comes in terms of sexual harassment or sexual behavior that is uninvited and unwanted. When the behavior is overt and intentional, there is no reasonable excuse for the actions of the perpetrator.
In many situations though, the unwanted behavior is unintentional and the person behaving inappropriately has no clue. He or she quite simply does not have the social and interpersonal awareness to limit his or her behavior. In this episode, we focus on the complexity of personal boundaries and our need to protect our personal space. At the same time, we also need to avoid violating the personal space of others. Please listen and think about how the discussion may apply to you and your relationships.
The podcasting team has a round robin for all the parents among us. The key is to just listen and magically, the quotation that was written just for you will be the one that sticks in your memory tomorrow. You may think none will but nonetheless one will. Listen and experience the magic for yourself.
Life’s little lessons sometimes come to us in the most unexpected ways and at the most unexpected times. Here’s a lesson you may not have learned. It’s an easy one to miss. It will help as you go about making a difference to people who make a difference to you.