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Just reading over the playground threads; ie. the slide and saying "I'm sorry." Boy, we have lots and lots of different opinions. How cool that we can share and disagree and still respect each other.


Nice role models for the kids, eh? :
 

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Well, it's not too hard if the issue doesn't involve spanking or crying...

:LOL

JUST KIDDING! I agree, why doesn't anyone remember these threads when they complain how judgemental we all are??
 

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Reading threads like those does a lot to temper my own judgmentalism!

I tend to think that anyone who doesn't behave just as I do just hasn't thought it through!
: It's good for me to be reminded that others can be thoughtful, caring, and intelligent - but have different opinions from mine!
 

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That's funny--I didn't think the "I'm sorry" thread (at least, I haven't read the whole slide one) was terribly respectful with people saying "I hate 'I'm sorry'" or using similarly strong language towards "insincere apologies" and blanketing them uniformly in a particular way

just my 2 cents. seemed more to me that there was a strong majority opinion that most people seemed to agree with that a genuine give and take and respect...

though I do like napless's point above, and I agree with it in general on the boards...
 
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