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Never Compare, or Compare?

Never Compare, or Compare?
 In our home we have a family motto:  "Never compare, someone always gets hurt."  I think we got that from James Dobson at one point, encouraging us not to compare one child to another - especially in areas that are hard wired and the child can't change.   I think that's a wonderful reminder for homeschoolers, because sometimes we compare one child to another, when in fact they are both a unique individual with unique strengths...
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Guest — Lisa
I have a child who is very academic and one who isn't (here I am comparing). Even though the less academic one may be "behind" by ... Read More
Saturday, 06 June 2009 19:38
Guest — J W
P. S. - we're not at the end of this journey yet, in fact, we're only halfway to legal adult age, but I can confidently say that h... Read More
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 17:45
Guest — J W
Yep, I agree. Some people outside our family are quick to latch on to a label and blame every bad thing on that label. "Oh, she'... Read More
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 17:37
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