kids. Tuesday , May 02nd , 2017 - 15:19:04 PM
Jack Canfield, in an interview I once heard, explained that all parents only want to protect their kids. For example, you may have walked out into the street and your parent said to you Dont you EVER do that again! What were you thinking? I told you not to walk out into the street. How dare you? What your parent may have forgot to add on was I get scared when you do that because you might get hurt. I love you so much and I dont want to see you hurt. If your Mom or Dad forgot to mention that second part, all you got was the message of anger without the message of love. How unfortunate?!
You can combine any of the tips here with that approach. With tip #1, for example, you could take turns describing what's happening in a picture. It's fun to see how different people interpret a picture differently.
Children are curious beings as well and it might be an idea to provide space for your pet where he can go and know that the child cannot reach him.
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