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    Denise J

    I am more observant. It gives me an opportunity to think before I act or speak.

    3 weeks ago
  2. Joseph McCann

    When listening to my wife, daughter and/or my son after one or the other has had a particularly difficult day, I have slowly been learning (I am a remedial learner) to leave the problem solving realm and just listen with all the awareness I can muster. Non judgmental, non partisan and I suppose as the question asks “with true curiosity”. If I am asked for advice I will share but if not just let them “vent”. Sometimes that is enough to give them solace they seek in the present moment.

    3 weeks ago
    1. Rabbit

      You are helping them feel heard and that is a gift and blessing to them.

      3 weeks ago
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      Denise J

      Happy Sunday Joseph,
      I am also a remedial learner. I has this same conversation with my daughter yesterday. She was struggling and I asked herhow I could help. She told me she doesn’t need me to solve the problem, just to listen. I supposed it;s why God gave me two ears and 1 mouth. You post was spot on for me today. Thanks for sharing.

      3 weeks ago
  3. Butterfly

    I relax and so feel more energised, allowing the mental space for more creative solutions. I actually enjoy the challenge of solving priblems.

    3 weeks ago
  4. EJP

    The situation becomes a journey of wonder and adventure.

    3 weeks ago
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