5 Ways to Stop Judging Other Parents
Women have a habit of being a bit, well, judgmental. And it seems like that's especially true of moms. Whether we are sitting on the sidelines or standing by the swing set, we have a tendency of pointing to a fellow parent and pinpointing her flaws. And most of the time these judgments are based solely on appearance or hearsay.
Well, moms, I say enough with the mean-girl behavior. Not only do these actions affect our peers, but think of the impact they have on our children. After all, how can we teach them to be kind to others when we don't practice what we preach? So rather than resolving to change our appearance in the New Year, why not alter our attitude? It may be easier than we think.