Maggie Dent

Why boys behaviour is their language

(3:25 mins) For a number of reasons, our boys are often conditioned to go straight to anger, rather than allowing other feelings like sadness or regret or fear. This video takes a look at why being tough on boys particularly can sometimes trigger their primal-brain reactions, and suggests ways to connect and listen to your kids and boost their happy brain chemicals in times where conflict might looming.

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