The desire to be friends with everyone can force children into a situation where they try to “fit in” rather than “belong”.
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“What are your child’s strengths?” my daughter’s teacher asked at our parent-teacher meeting. Speaking to friends afterwards, several told me they were stumped by the question and couldn’t think of anything to say.
Bickering, dropping the F-bomb, eating our children’s Easter eggs on the sly. These are just some of the things that parents hope never to be sprung doing in front of kids.
No, it’s not to do with narcissism, but something more insidious.
No one likes to think it of their own child, but there are some warning signs to look out for.
Let us honour and respect our bodies for what they do instead of despising them for how they appear.