Dealing with the School Failure or Difficult Behaviour of a Youth, Child, Son or Daughter

“All children are good.” “Children see those who the parents cannot see.”

To be undertaken by two people: the adult in front of the school failure or difficult behaviour. This exercise may also be carried out with objects or as a visualisation.

The adult looks at the difficult behaviour with respect and takes it into her heart.

The adult imagines the excluded person who is behind the difficult behaviour and honours him.