Word to live by in my mindset is #kindness. There is not enough of it in this world. It is hard to be kind to family and sometimes others who touch our lives in some strange way. We do not listen to what others have to say, without an unkind thought running through our minds. Our teenages are so affected by this lack of kindness from others, peers and adults. It is causing a great deal of stress in their lives. A lot of the adult population is right there with our teenagers.
What can we work on as a society to help change that? Stop being so judgemental? Don’t know if that is the answer, all I know is a little kindness goes a long way. Some acceptance into a group or a few friends.
Try being kind. It won’t hurt you.
- Know that God is pleased with you when you are kind.
- Do not fake your interest, instead show a real interest in that person.
- Never gush!! How about being frank, but friendly and sincere.
- Don’t let this be a one day thing, It should be an ongoing interaction that you really enjoy.
- Encourage professional intervention in a non-threatening way.
We all have days where we struggle with out feelings, so maybe your kindness will be returned.
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One response to “Kindness, is there ever too much?”
Well said Barb.