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Re: please rephrase that- baby toes

Posted by BabyToes on April 6, 2010, at 23:42:23

In reply to Re: please rephrase that- baby toes rnny, posted by BabyToes on April 6, 2010, at 23:07:10

With my last two T's who took/takes on a more humanistic psych approached, it helped me to become more tolerant of others and to celebrate that we are all different in our own way. If we learn tolerance of others here and learn to not assume the worst because someone says something not in the perfect "babble way" and actually try to learn that maybe it was their own filters that are making them feel offended or put down.
In the real world we can't control how things are being said to us, so learning the babble way really isn't all that realistic in the real world. But learning acceptance is and not assuming the worst and taking things so personal.

We call come from different backgrounds, language skill levels, different level of intelligence and languages and not everyone is going to be able to understand "the babble way" of writing, as it isn't exactly universal, it is just what the owner wants. As long as someone isn't being blatantly disrespectful, I think teaching tolerance and not being over sensitive would be more beneficial here on a mental health site than punishing people who may not even understand the finite details of speaking "the babble way." In real life you can't control how someone talks to you but you can control how to react to it. To me that would be more educational and would help build real people skills for real life.




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