Even more on Guidepost Three …

Sometimes it’s hard to judge the quality of social interactions. We aren’t very good listeners, even when we don’t bring a lot of emotional baggage into our conversations.

We make so many decisions on our child’s behalf that it’s critical they are the most effective and ethical that they can be. Shahla offers a couple of indicators — interim steps, if you will — to mark the way and ensure our social interactions are contributing positively to our decision-making:

— Our child’s progress is evident
— Any problems are addressed directly to the source
— There is general confidence and esprit de corp
— High levels of interactions and proximity
— Everyone – the child, the family, the staff – are generally happy
— Relationships are maintained

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