You get a call from your daughter’s school. Her teacher says she’s not paying attention in class, keeps looking around the room, and keeps her earbuds in. She says that when she addressed this with Christina she first ignored her, then walked out of the room without permission. Her teacher says she is being disrespectful and inappropriate. She says Christina is “quite capable” of doing the work and would simply prefer to daydream. You assure her you will speak to Christina and get to the bottom of this.
It is in this moment that you have the opportunity to make a powerful choice. You can choose to see Christina’s behavior as: [Read more…]