How To Say Anything Without Being Mean

When of my first lessons as a foster parent caring for teens in trouble with the law was the need to control “mean” language. Being a therapist for the first set of kids sent to live with us, we ignored language and focused only on unacceptable behavior. Did not turn out well. You can read …

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3 tips for toilet etiquette (via Minnesota Transplant)

Ah yes, thank you Minnesota Transplant. . When of the things I will do if I win the lottery is post my “Ten Reasons Woman Should Sit When Peeing sicker on every toilet in America. Squatting is just plan bad for you health and bad matters. I’m with you on this one. Having spent 11 …

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PRACTICE KINDNESS

IGNORING SIGNS TO CARE Jacob Needleman’s Blog » Thoughts on Tucson: the Crisis of Civility. Seventy or so years ago, signs were not needed to remind the  young to offer a seat on a bus or train to any adult, let alone someone with gray hair.  Even as a three year old, I was made …

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