So school has started and you’ve just about got a handle on the new routine when another hurdle hits: homework. Even if the kids get home in a good mood, uttering “homework” can be enough to bring on sour looks and … Continue reading
I kept listening to my children because I saw their positive transformation and because we felt closer even though it wasn’t easy to do. I kept listening because I gradually remembered and worked on my childhood and came to think I would have liked it if I had been listened to back then.
Playlistening with Ravid Aisenman Abrahmsohn The other day my oldest daughter who is 10 came home from school very tense. She was hot, tired and hungry, but there was also something else that was bothering her, and she wouldn’t say what. … Continue reading
A father in one of our groups tried Staylistening when his 3rd grade daughter ran into a tough patch with math homework. She had left her math homework for last, it was late in the evening, and she was in for a nasty surprise. Her math homework was a whole page of 30 math questions!