• Shad


“Be so aware of your child’s strengths and weaknesses that you can anticipate their behavior choices before they happen.”

Know where your child is in his or her stage of development physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially so that you can understand what’s ‘developmentally appropriate.’ This involves getting inside the ‘child’s world’ and supporting it, rather than staying in the ‘adult world’ and trying to constantly correct mistakes. When it comes to fostering self-confidence and independence, ATTUNEMENT is a powerful word to remember!

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