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This weeks highlights include:
Do you find your children always complaining or pleading about what they want to eat? It’s not fun having to always tell kids what they can and can’t eat from the cupboard and fridge. In this short Facebook video, expert Jason Gibson talks about the magic of the anytime snack shelf.
Your parents becoming grandparents and learning how to navigate this new dynamic can be tricky. Sometimes it can be frustrating when you feel that grandparents don’t respect or listen to you when it comes to parenting your child. Read this blog to learning how to cope with this stress and confusion.
What is Tolerance?
To be tolerant is to accept differences. You don’t expect others to think, look, speak or act just like you. Tolerance is being free of prejudice, knowing that all people have feelings, needs, hopes and dreams. To be tolerant also means to accept things you wish were different with flexibility and patience.
Why Practice It?
People who don’t practice tolerance cannot stand to have anything differ from what they want and expect. Tolerance helps them accept things as they are. People without tolerance judge others by the way they look, sounds, or dress. They decide who can be a friend and who can’t. When people are teased or left out, they feel sad and lonely. When we are tolerant, we don’t allow differences to drive us apart.