What’s Lost When Parents Don’t Talk About Social Identity With Their Kids? | MindShift | KQED News

As a result, Kotler Clarke says, grown-ups need to be proactive about explaining the differences kids see and making clear: Different isn’t bad. If children don’t get help from parents and have to try to make meaning of different social identities [on their own], they may come up with all sorts of weird and strange reasons that people are somewhat different.”

-What’s Lost When Parents Don’t Talk About Social Identity With Their Kids? | MindShift | KQED News


Posted: October 15, 2019



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