Circle Of Trust


As grown-ups, we want a space of empathy, trust and non-judgment where we can pour our innermost selves and deepest truths. A safe space.
We did a little activity. We asked the children to draw a Circle Of Trust and keep themselves inside this safe space. Then, they were asked to surround themselves with people that they have utmost faith in, people they can share everything with, people who would help them no matter what!
The aim is to give them assurance that they're taken care of and remind them of the people they can talk to whenever they need.
If we cherish this space with our loved ones, imagine how important it is for children!
Circle of trust


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