Presence, Not Praise: How To Cultivate a Healthy Relationship with Achievement

by Parent Co. February 10, 2015

Being present, whether with children, with friends, or even with oneself, is always hard work. But isn’t this attentiveness — the feeling that someone is trying to think about us — something we want more than praise? via Presence, Not Praise: How To Cultivate a Healthy Relationship with Achievement on Brain Pickings.


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