Or maybe we should teach that all people have intrinsic worth and dignity regardless of what they’re able to do. The last thing we need to teach children is to hop on the endless merry-go-round of external validation for achievements. That will never fill the soul. Genuine self-worth doesn’t come from a laundry list of accomplishments.
Of course, if they have that grounding in self-worth, then achievements become much easier to attain: they no longer need to fear failure, because it’s no longer a referendum on their personhood.
Giving people difficult but doable challenges is great, but intrinsic self-esteem must be prior.
Look, Chazz, which is it? Get along with the cats or not?
It’s just body-shaming.
Practicing only what you can already do is the opposite of what works. As a pianist, I play the measures over and over… and over… and over… that I don’t have right yet. That’s how I improve.
Au contraire, EmptyPockets51. Today’s “left wing manifesto” is just more subtle.
Latino families are just like other families. Mind blown?
Er, I am definitely female, and I adore sex. I’ve been married 17 years and my husband can attest I instigate it as often as he does. Not sure where you get the idea that women don’t like sex. Sex is incredible.
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I don’t know how to explain to you that you should care about other people.