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You stroked my word

You stroked my word



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I think it would be useful for all of us to have a wand to help us see one day at a time. Let's say our kids are just such magic wounds.

You stroked my word


They always keep us bright, just so damn hard to look in that mirror (or just really want to?) The other day, I asked my grandfather to help put on his little shoes and was shocked to see how he used my words and gestures. I admit it, but almost no one said just do it, do it, let's go, why don't you pay attention, etc. Yes, unfortunately I use too many phrased sentences. Nor is it comforting that as I play, in ovi, in school, here and there, I am not alone in this. Of course, the more tense, impatient a parent is, the more he / she has to pay attention to at the same time, and hopes that they will be executed by the children faster and smarter.However, it would be important not only to do what to do, how to behave, what not to do, what not to do, etc., but then Let's also put our thoughts into words when the kids are good. When brothers do not quarrel, they play along side by side. When they are able to solve a conflict situation on their own. When they are not against us. When the fleet goes on the evening program. When they do nothing explicitly, but they do not make life difficult for parents. One time I said to one of my sons, "You are so cool now, so you stroked my heart." From that one sentence he was completely energized, her eyes lit up and I saw what she was looking for. However, it doesn't cost much to tell them one! How alert and conscious you are to fill them with positive sentences! How good would it be to extend this kind of support to all of our human relationships! A couple of days later my son was saying goodbye to school, and coming home, he asked me, "Mom, have you stroked your heart again?" Yes, so stuck to her, so important to her. After that, every night we talk about what stroked my heart.
  • So praise the child wisely.
  • Praise me!
  • It is the currency of divinity
  • Let's be positive!