How can we help children and teens see the best, not the worst, in others? We often misinterpret the actions of others, putting a negative spin on scenarios that meant in that way at all. When we’re deciphering what other people do, having a more positive interpretation of their actions can make the world a little bit brighter for them—and for us.
In this week’s video blog, I discuss eight ways parents can guide their kids to view others in the best possible light. For a print version of this video blog, read “8 ways to teach kids to see the best in others,” from the Washington Post.