076: Resolve to T.E.L.L. a child better this year!

Happy 2016! A new year brings excitement, new possibilities, and new resolutions! This year, let’s all resolve to help one another know our children better. Let’s come together and inspire one another with new ideas about how we can help our youth grow up stronger, more peaceful, and joyful.

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Children are eager to be changed for the better. It’s important for them to have at least one adult walking close with them during childhood, someone to point things out, tell them better. You can be that adult, and we can all learn from you.

Simply stated, every time we interact with a child, we t.e.l.l. – whether we realize it or not, we teach, encourage, listen, and love to some degree – why not make it to a higher degree? Interactions are part of our everyday lives, and they matter, especially in situations where a child is facing a challenge.

This year, resolve to know the children in your life better, to t.e.l.l. them better. Let us know if you accept this goal by sending us an email. Include any questions or comments you would like to discuss in the Show & T.E.L.L. Blog this year. Also, if you have a story to share, please do! Will you also resolve to share your t.e.l.l.ing experiences with others? Will you ask at least two of your friends to subscribe to the Show & T.E.L.L Blog? That way you can share how you t.e.l.l. the children in your lives, and then later you can post your thoughts on the blog!

This year is expected to be a breakthrough year at Tell Our Children! We have many ideas and many possibilities; however, one of our goals is to introduce a conversation thread to the Show & T.E.L.L. Blog so we can continue these conversations. This is just one of the ways we hope to unite and inspire more caregivers to t.e.l.l. children this year.

Happy New Year!

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