Sometimes this word creates uneasiness just by thinking of it. Do you know this, too? And despite all our good intentions we’ll face commotions, fuss, howling and doors banging. But a authentic and respectful quarreling culture means that we are allowed to show our frustrations and sharing our difficulties without judgement. And when we become aware of our personal boundaries we can cause changes.
When we learn to differentiate who is actually responsible for the home assignment: the teachers, the parents or the children, and start to communicate the personal and social responsibility this helps us to ease conflicts. Then we also won´t be carried away any longer by our emotional rapture towards the children or the teaching staff.