There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Yes, Peter, the hard part is *trusting* that kids want to do things that are hard when we are taught that children are naturally lazy and only want to play Nintendo and shirk chores. I hope we can realize and change the stereotypes and bigotry adults have towards children.
Trustful parenting is thrown off course, in various ways, when fear prevails.
For most people human rights have increased, but for children they have shrunk.
Some problems can be solved best by taking a break from trying to solve them.
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