Someone posted about that not too long ago here and I have been trying to wrap my head around it.
Well, the other day, my DS1 wouldn't take a nap, even though I could tell he needed one (we've all been there, right?) Anyway, I found myself getting a little angry inside and that's when I understood the process vs. outcome scenario.
The outcome - the nap.
The process - storytelling, singing, talking about what we'll do after nap, cuddling, holding
While it would be really hard for me to completely focus on the process without thinking about the outcome of that situation, the light did come on as far as recognizing that the process is certainly more important to DS and is our time to connect.
Just wondering if anyone else has some clear examples of process vs. outcome so I can really grasp this concept?!