Jan 8, 2018
"Maybe the goal is not to calm. Maybe the goal is to connect." Lisa Dion
Often, it's our natural inclination to ask children to calm down. This happens inside playrooms, classrooms, and on top of jungle gyms. But is this the best solution? Or should we focus less on the idea of calmness and more on the idea of connection?
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