adults go fast and children go slow

Posted on 31 Aug 2017

adults go fast and children go slow

Adults go fast and children go slow.

You could even argue that children are mindful while we are mindless as we rush from one task to the next. This difference in pace can leave us feeling frustrated, irritated and stressed while our child might respond with tears, stamping, and a meltdown.

Read more here in this well written article about how to slow down and be more mindful of your child’s pace to find a new rhythm that feels less rushed, more playful and more in tune with your child.

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