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“I tried everything!” : He doesn’t listen when we call him!

It’s one of Isabelle Filliozat’s small articles in “J’ai tout essayé !” (“I tried everything!”) that really interested me.
When we call a child (for example “Dinner’s ready!”), he first needs to hear the call, when he is sometimes very involved in what he is doing, and then to connect the word and the action, and that isn’t always easy, especially in boys for whom, as Isabelle Filliozat explains, the connection in the brain between the word and action happens later.
So, instead of getting angry, get closer: the little boy will react better to physical contact.
I tried it, it’s surprising to see how well it works!

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