The P.E.T. Connection - August 2020
Using Active Listening When Your Child is Upset
By: Linda Adams

In P.E.T., we use a conceptual Behavior Window to view behaviors of others = what we see them do, what we hear them say. When you see your child is upset (crying, slamming a door, saying their scared, etc.), in that moment, your child owns a problem. (That doesn't mean that problem might not move in the window and become yours, too, but for right now, it's theirs.)....
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