What if they only say “I love you” when they get what they want?

Hey Everybody, Jill and I are gearing up for the big launch of the Perspectives on Feelings audio program. So, we thought we’d start by answering some of your specific questions about how to deal with feelings and how kids express their feelings. In this video I describe some things that Marcella can try with her stepson to encourage him to express himself even more authentically.

I hope you enjoyed my short video about how to give kids even more insight into their own feelings. Please let me know what you think! Oh, and keep an eye out for Jill’s first video next week…

2 comments
shercy ramos
shercy ramos

Thank you for this video. Your blog becomes more alive and dynamic with the insertion of the video. I believe that we have to explain to them the reasons why they cannot get what they want. If they see that to restrain them is to show them we care for them, they will still appreciate it eventually.

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I suppose "I Love You" comes with "Thank You" and all those other manner words. :) Best to teach 'em young.