Respecting others

Being attentive, empathetic, sympathetic, kind and supportive towards others

Being respectful to others can increase security within friendship and mutual trust. Many skills can be included under this skill as it requires children to be attentive, empathetic, sympathetic, kind and supportive towards others. It can take the form of not laughing at a child who is having difficulties, talking to that child and showing him/her that it is ok to be different or telling others not to make fun of him/her.

Some guys at school are making fun of a kid who has thick glasses.

Respecting others can mean making sacrifice, giving space to others and also accepting that people are different and not making fun of their differences. To respect others, you have to put yourself in another person’s shoes and think about what you would like to be done to you in this context and act on it. “

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