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Parents limit the way feelings are expressed; by means of I-messages explained in a section that follows. Parents do not, however, limit the child’s having the feeling itself but they limit its expression. Anger is acceptable, but hitting a sibling is not. Parents help the child think of possible actions to express feelings and ways to achieve his or her goals in the situation. Gottman speculates that talking about emotional reactions has positive benefits for children because the verbal expression of feelings helps children plan appropriate actions and eliminates the consequences of inhibiting negative emotional reactions. Active Listening Active listening, a specific tool parents use in coaching, is Thomas Gordon’s term for what parents do when they reflect their children’s feelings. Parents listen to children’s statements, pay careful attention to the feelings expressed, and then frame a response similar to the child’s statement. If a child says she feels too dumb to learn a school subject, the parent might feed back that she feels she is not smart enough. Here is one of Gordon’s examples of active listening: I don’t want to go to Bobby’s birthday party tomorrow. Sounds like you and Bobby have had a problem maybe. I hate him, that’s what. He’s not fair. You really hate him because you feel he’s been unfair somehow. Yeah. He never plays what I want to play.