Two other things she freaks out about consistently is if someone accidentally presses the button on the elevator or the button to cross the street. I can feel how she sees it as ” her job” and it’s something she can do.
I’ve also noticed she only likes to play competitive games,like racing a friend, if she’s winning and there’s a lot of ” I got here first, I’m the winner” ( to the car, the front door,the kitchen etc). Her friend was upset at the beach the other day because my daughter was saying ” ha ha”. I spoke to my daughter about the incident and was surprised when she told me “ha ha” is what winners say.
We’re already working on emotional projects I’ve posted about before, have a feeling of the answer Is to connect, connect, connect – and that will help heal all the hurts underneath – but should I focus on one at a time?! It’s tricky knowing what to focus on..am I taking on too much at once, noticing all these things to work on?
I’m not the best competitor myself and I can bring that to my listening partnership but I’m also still working on big emotional projects relating to my daughters projects!
# never a dull moment 🙂