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Feelings and behavior

Feelings aren’t always logical, but they’re always “true” in the sense that our emotions are whatever they are, for right or wrong reasons.

We can empathize with others by acknowledging that ALL of their feelings are valid, but not all of their behavior is acceptable.

This is not only true and useful in negotiating conversations with children, but also for us children who have lived through a few decades.

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