We have had some conversations with parents this week about …...
We have had some conversations with parents this week about setting limits for their children. This great post describes our belief about limit setting very well.
I’m not sure why this myth became so widespread, but I’m happy to emphatically set the record straight.
Limits are not consequences. Limits don’t require harshness or anything scary. They don’t even requireSee Moreany reinforcement!
Limits are boundaries and expectations. Limits are communication. They are a way to create safety for you and your child at the same time! And this is only possible with your compassion and regulation.