By Adele Faber
Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, internationaly acclaimed specialists on verbal exchange among mom and dad and kids, supply suggestion on find out how to speak productively with young ones within the curiosity of concord and cooperation
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Is it's up," she might give us better go over my lines people of all ages can use in a moment not agreement or disagreement; they need some- to recognize If I too. Would you cue me tonight? What Conclusion: of distress at re- because nobody knows their parts, one more chance ... again. around fool their fault. what it is they're experiencing. so important to wrong with simply show my child I understand, what's saying, "I understand how you feel"? "I understand how you feel" is some children just don't believe you.
Thank God she pulled through. know that without these workshops it would have been would have been in a complete panic. By talking to her the way I did, by letting her know I knew what she was going through, I relaxed her so she didn't fight all the medical treatment she was getting. I very I diflFerent. I really feel I helped to save Suzie's 46 life. 2 Part Ensasins Cooperation I By this time, your children have probably presented numerous opportunities Kids usually let us bothering them. I to put know know your listening right, a fight you with into action.
Parents in our groups have found that when their children are extremely upset, sometimes a physical activity can help relieve some We've heard many of the painful feelings. about angry children hammering who have stories calmer after punching felt pil- old grocery cartons, pounding and kneading clay, roaring like a lion, throwing darts. But the one activity that seems most comfortable for parents to watch and most satisfying for children to do, is to draw their feelings. The two examples that follow happened within a week of each other: lows, I had found just my tantrum.