Why trying to be “cool” shouldn’t be our aim when we are dealing with children.

Over the years there have been a lot of changes in the way adults interact with children. Teaching and parenting styles have both altered dramatically and there has been a shift away from the more adult led learning traditions towards a more nurturing approach where teachers facilitate learning rather than preaching, the rise of the “cool” teacher/parent.

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Words have power. Writer, coach, therapist and speaker. I work with women to create calmer, happier lives.

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