Day 9 ~
Parenting Responsively For Connection Book Tour
Today we have the great pleasure of being the hosts of the Virtual Book Tour for the E-Book Parenting Responsively for Connection Written by ACPI Parenting Coaches for parents to deal with the most difficult task of maintaining connection with the growing child whose behavior changes and shifts.
Yesterday, the book tour stopped by our wonderful friend Leigh Harris's awesome blog Metaphysical Mom and Dad. Feel free to stop by and read the excerpt, The Intention to Connect.
Visit now if you haven’t had the opportunity to meet all the authors.
In the meantime enjoy this book excerpt written by Alan Carson.
Children Learn What They Live. The first few lines begin with:
If children live with criticism, They learn to condemn.
If children live with hostility, They learn to fight.
If children live with ridicule, They learn to be shy.
If children live with shame,They learn to feel guilty.
Johnny's older brother was sawing wood on a massive table saw. Johnny, about eight years of age at the time, was to keep an eye on his brother. Johnny was in the barn with his brother, but got distracted by something insignificant— typical for a boy his age. The large timber Johnny's brother was trying to cut got jammed in the saw, kicked back, and the blunt force trauma to his chest killed Johnny's brother.
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