I will use an actual example: just this week I had a little girl swing around a heavy block of wood on a string, it hit me in the face. I did not yell at her, I explained to her how to use the toy and told her it wasn’t for swinging around. She swung it again and hit me with it a second time, I again did not yell at her or put her in time-out, instead I asked her to see the toy, placed the hard piece of wood in her hand and asked, “can you feel how hard and solid this is?” she nodded, then I went on to explain how swinging it around can cause pain to another person. She understood and stopped swinging it around.
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