We’ve all had it said to us.
You’re boss has said it.
“You did really awesome on the project, but your teamwork could use some improvement.”
Your mom has said it.
“I am proud at how successful you are, but when are you getting married?”
Your best friend has said it.
“You look really pretty in that dress, but you would look so good with your hair down!”
Do you even remember the first part of that sentence? The part that came before the ‘but’? You know, the compliment?
It turns out no one does. Especially not our kids.
How can we help them grow and achieve wonderful things if they think we don’t value them? If they believe they’ll never be good enough?
Don’t worry. There IS a way.
We’ll get back to it in a second. First though lets explore…