I aim for head but the heart overrules more than it should
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20-09-2014 19:40 #21
20-09-2014 19:46 #22
When 'in the moment' probably my heart, but this is usually followed by lots of head time, to reflect, to read if necessary, and to make a plan of attack for the next time. Interestingly (well it's interesting to me), before becoming a mother I was much more of a 'head' teacher, but having a child has softened me a lot at school. I'm yet to decide whether this is good or bad :-)
20-09-2014 19:57 #23Senior Member
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With parenting, I'd say I parent by heart 90%, but in other areas there's a much bigger input from head.
I'm a teacher also and I see kids so differently since becoming a mum. I get what you mean.
21-09-2014 11:39 #24
Balance in all things is the key for me, but getting this balance is not always so easy.
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