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I have to say that sometimes a problem is just a
problem. When my 8 yr old still throws tantrums like
a toddler, and kicks other children and throws rocks
at teachers - that’s just a problem. No opportunity
there that I see.

Argh | 1:02 pm, May 31, 2012 | Link


Actually, I still see opportunity! Tantrums, rock
throwing: yes, a problem, but also teaching
opportunities, opportunities to learn to deal with
strong emotions appropriately…:-)

Christine Carter | 5:15 pm, May 31, 2012 | Link

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