I always explain to my children how i expect them to act and what will happen if they dont. For example: “I expect you to sit still and pay attention to the movie. Unicorn dabbing teacher besties because going crazy alone ugly Christmas If you act up i will take you to the bathroom and beat your ass.” That way there is no surprises.
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Even if Liam’s mother had said hold on tight he would’ve fell, the branch broke! So although the message of positive comments and thought is important, it would not of changed the outcome! I understand. When someone says “don’t look down” the immediate reaction is to look down. For many this is true but for other that is ‘just a figure of speech’ so I offer science. Unicorn dabbing teacher besties because going crazy alone ugly Christmas Something that contests the ‘mumble jumbo’ of psychology, as it were. Good teachers always give directions and commands in the positive. Also, I always stressed to my students to respond in the positive when answering questions verbally or in writing. It makes for clearer communication. This little video explains why.
And even as parents, if/when we stuff up, just rephrase by aiming for the result sought (hold the glass upright NOT you’re going to spill your drink) The boys were having a great time until the parents turned up. This is how we played in the 60s and 70s before parents became too involved in the play of kids. Kids looked after each other and set the rules and made the boundaries. A lot of messaging from parents is rubbish and meaningless…mainly driven from their own fears. The growth from child to adult masks the outright exposure to real fun and enjoyment where a good dirty joke and a face splitting laugh is rarity and too cool for school for some to handle. When fun becomes scheduled suddenly life becomes very dull. Spontaneity is the spice of life. It’s how we’re raised. Bring back school pools and a big loud fart!it’s learning & practicing better methods of communication than our forebears