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Welcome to Have Your Say, Self-Reg Wednesdays! Every Wednesday we will be posting a new question for you to explore and reflect on with fellow Self-Reggers in the comments section below.

Today’s Question:

What does Stuart’s quote “See a child differently, see a different child” mean to you?

Feel free to take your comments in any direction that is meaningful to you, e.g. a comment, a story, a poem, etc. We want to kick this week off with one of our most popular quotes:

Image of the back of a child looking through binoculars.

In your context, what does this quote mean to you?

Continue the Learning:

Self-Reg in Early Childhood Development Program

Blog: See a Child Differently and You’ll See a Different Child By Stuart Shanker

Podcast: Why Does My Child Give Up So Easily? With Stuart Shanker and Susan Hopkins