To the child who says “I can’t”

I respond: “you say, you can’t.” I suggest, “you can’t YET and you can learn to.” I may say, “You say you can’t and thank goodness, because that’s why I am here: to help you learn how to.” I may say, “Show me what you can do and we’ll go from there.” I may ask,… Continue reading To the child who says “I can’t”