Posts Tagged "favoritism"
The holidays are a time for generosity and including others. If you feel stressed about either one, this might be why. 1. Generosity is natural when you have plenty. Generosity is fun and easy when your well-being is not threatened. So if it is not fun and easy for you, consider that you might have it collapsed with sacrifice. How do you know? If giving away extras doesn’t count as...Read More
The disturbing question “Can you love a child you don’t like?” comes up more than you can imagine. This dilemma can cause painful feelings of guilt for parents or teachers who have mixed feelings about a child, or harder yet, for those who find one child easier to like than another. When asked, my answer is always, “Of course,” but it’s been hard to explain...Read More