Sofia Arias used to be reactive, but learning to first understand others before trying to be understood has changed her outlook and her relationships with others.
Roberto Castro teaches Physical Ed at Coronado International School. By the very nature of his subject matter, discipline is no doubt very important – both as a matter of class course and as something he may wish to teach his students. How? By understanding first before trying to be understood.
There is a metaphor Stephen Covey liked to use in his work comparing the amount of trust that each type of relationship needs to have to a bank account. This emotional bank account, as he called it, also functions with deposits and withdrawals, as each interaction carries a certain emotional value which can add or detract from our perception in terms of whomever we engage with.
Getting kids to eat healthy can be a complicated task. Here are some tips to help ease your child into the habit of eating better.