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  1. monique s says:

    This is such a special post. Every child is so unique and helping them embrace that is great.

  2. Kayla Norris says:

    I love the encouraging others to feel good about themselves. I feel it’s equally important to feel good about yourself but to be kind and help others do the same.

  3. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    We need to appreciate and help our children now, they are the future.

  4. Definitely need to promote creativity, and individuality in children, schools don’t do this as much as it’s needed.

  5. I told my kids it only mattered what we thought and that we love them. I also tried to imbue empathy – the kindness followed.

  6. These tips are great. I wish that someone would have drilled these into my head as a child.

  7. Sandy Klocinski says:

    The younger our children are the easier it is to teach them to accept the differences between themselves and others. The first time I was asked why someone was different was actually pretty amusing as my daughter inquired, “Why doesn’t she like chocolate?” As unimportant as it sounds, this innocent question gave me a great opening to talk about how God made us all different,

  8. I have an 8 yr old niece who has serious health issue. She doesn’t let it get her down. She tries to keep up with her brothers. Her parents have always let her do things and know that she will stop when it is not right for her. I agree that the tips given have been helpful.

  9. Dana Rodriguez says:

    This is such a great post. I totally agree with you!

  10. LeAnn Harbert says:

    This is good advice for every kid whether they feel like they’re unique or not.

  11. Mary Gardner says:

    These are all important points. I especially agree that you have to remind them that differences make people special.