Examples of intimidating body language
Additional information and training programs are available at Haim Ginott's classic work teaching parents how to effectively communicate (verbally and nonverbally) with their children: I want to thank those who posted earlier about the work of Gottman and Ginott as well as the Child Wtching book. Usually when I write I try not to be influenced by others but these definately require some study on my part, especially if I am going to write a book on the subject.It is much easier to understand when you are watching them. Watch for changes in response to your communications.Also spot mixed messages for when the voice says one thing body says another—this can be a sign of attempted deception.Here are 10 things you can teach your child to help them develop social and interpersonal intelligence that will help them throughout their lives: 1.
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