The Art Of Distraction

  • An injury. A fear of bees. Hurt feelings. A bad attitude. Harsh words. Not getting what they want.
  • One of the skills we should learn is the art of distraction when things go wrong for our child.
  • Not distracting to pretend like it never happened.
  • But calmly distracting to help them focus on what is better.
  • Once your child is distracted, you can have a conversation and begin helping the situation.
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