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David J. Pollay

You bet Laura. You have a great practice of connecting with your family. Try the different order and let me know how it goes. Knowing the "lows" is also important. Starting with the "highs" typically jump-starts the energy for participation, and can set the stage for a good "lows" discussion.

Best to you,

Laura C.

Thanks for your thinking David! We start our weekly family meetings with our 2 boys with "highs and lows" for the week. Maybe we should start with the "highs" only and leave the lows for later in the meeting (or a different time). As you mentioned, we do get to know what they are thinking about when we do this.

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