This broad Guiding Principle gets at the heart of supportive, effective ways to engage with your child, your world in general and yourself. It is born of the key insight that children and adults are fundamentally the same, that each of us wants to be seen and valued for whom we are. That kind of deep appreciation implies reciprocal respect and communication that is open, kind and truthful. Drawing these notions together suggests trying to interact with others in ways that are respectful and honest and trying to act with integrity in daily life . . .