with Kathy Salazar
June 24, 2010
Looking for an alternative to, "Good job, Honey!”? Sometimes it just gets old, doesn’t it? And, is it really as effective as we think it is for building our child’s self-esteem and feelings of confidence and well-being?
What about when a child needs ‘correcting' .......when they ‘mess up’, make poor choices or simply aren’t up to the task and actually fail? Feelings of anger, disappointment and frustration sometimes interfere and keep us from helping children learn potent lessons from these situations.
Come to this week’s Forum to discover some practical and effective things to do and say that will help you to make the most of children's accomplishments and shortcomings. Learn techniques that encourage healthy, honest family communication!