Attuned Reaction to a Child's Fall

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When our kids fall or appear to get hurt, our job is not to hover or to dismiss...it's to tune in to their reaction and then respond in kind...

If they are light and fluffy about it....great! You be too...

If they are scared? Comfort and reassure them....

If they are hurt physically or embarrassed (emotional pain), Comfort them and help them process those strong feelings.

Our kids need us to be attuned and wary of overreacting or under reacting.


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