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Parents: Listening *is* Connecting Part Two – Pre-Verbal Children

Parents often don’t think about the need to ‘listen’ to their pre-verbal children. They can’t talk after all! And even the ‘experts’ often don’t understand the dynamics of the communication which takes place between pre-verbal kids and those around them. … Continue reading

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Parents: Where do you fit on the Scale of Attuned Responses?

As a small side-bar to my previous post on listening: Blog buddy Laura-Grace Weldon had already written a post on the same topic  here. She mentioned it in her comment to me, but I know people are busy and can’t always … Continue reading

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Parents: True Listening *is* Connecting Part One

Hands up if you’ve been in a conversation and the other person just keeps talking over the top of you? Hands up if you’re just sharing something that happened to you and the other person keeps trying to come up … Continue reading

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