Today we’re sharing a very good article written by Annie McClellan, an adoptive mom and a trainer for Empowered to Connect. It’s called
The more we learn about our kids, the more we realize how fear-driven they can be… The fear is real and paralyzing in that moment. Suggesting that we don’t believe he has anything to be afraid of communicates that we don’t really understand him or have empathy for him. This will reduce his ability to trust us, decreasing the likelihood that he will come to us for help the next time he’s afraid.
Read the whole article here on the Tapestry blog.