A small boy reads his Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet to his mother after she volunteers to listen to him without defending herself. "I need you to change because you're sometimes mean to me," he says. "You shouldn't yell at me. You shouldn't be so stressed and tired and angry." "It says so much about you that he feels safe enough to write these things," Byron Katie says. "If parents want to know what their children are thinking and feeling, these Worksheets are a brilliant way of doing that. Listen without defense, if you really want to connect with the child you love so deeply."