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Teaching Children accepting differences

Accepting differences is most for us to live in peace. The child is the seed of successful societies, and children should learn the ability to discover their selves and how to express it in front of everyone.

To discover the positive qualities in the personality of the child and to build confidence in their selves. The child should be taught that difference is a reality in our lives.

Choose Love not Hate

Violence against the other or fear of it, aggression, ridicule, inability to make friends, non-participation in social activities, the use of high voice in expressing desires and the inability to contain differences in opinion about a particular game, for example.

All these signs are serious indicators of the lack of a culture that accepts the other in the young, a culture that is protected from extremism and terrorism in the old age.

The culture of acceptance of the other is the culture whose absence leads to the most problems that prevail in our society today of aggression and extremism and debate in the dialogue to prove self.

Extremism is centered around the ego and not seeing the other and thus lack of ability to accept and coexist with him, which leads to deal with him as an enemy just because he or she is different.

As a parent, you should use the current events to explain to your kids what hate can bring to society. Especially what happened last Friday in Christchurch, and New Zealand attack.

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Teach your children to choose love not hate, love all people, and spread love and peace.

Bringing up Great Children, accept Difference

Therefore, parents must prepare their child to accept the other methods of preparation to provide a model for different roles of family members within the home and how the difference leads to the integration of roles.

The role of the mother is different from the role of the father and integrated with him.

According to a study by Harvard University, teaching children to accept each other’s culture is to expose children to different cultures early, which later makes them more tolerant of people who are different from thinking.

The mother must teach the child how to match each other during play, And trust in the same child. A child who is confident of himself is more able to accept the differences of others even if the differences are in the value system.

On the other hand, the latest study on electronic games indicates that some of them are characterized by developing positive attitudes toward the other.

They help to expose the child to a culture of pluralism and how to deal with difference by 67% and to accept the child to values ​​such as gain and loss, strength or weakness of the other and fair values ​​governing some games

Are all part of a culture of acceptance of the other, taking care not to leave the child long periods in front of those games.

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It also helps to accept other extracurricular activities such as expression, drawing, school press, theater, sports activities and community activities carried out by schools.

Talking to the child about diversity and cultural and intellectual diversity is the cornerstone of accepting the other and helps to attract the child’s attention to being different.

And trust in himself and at the same time learn to look at the difference respectfully, whether the difference in the form of eye color, skin, hair or substance to accept the different disability without fear and know that all of us vulnerable to it and did not choose to become so.

And affirms that acceptance of the other requires a safe environment free of non-dictatorial and non-violent, because the opposite leads to intolerance, aggression and violence, and through the upbringing of the child on it all becomes a successful and interactive and free of extremism and terrorism.

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