You see them at the store and their kid is glaring, swearing, or possibly biting someone. (Maybe you.)
Give those poor, beleaguered parents the benefit of the doubt.
You see a kid waiting in the car a few minutes in front of the pizza shop, or pharmacy.
Give those parents the benefit of the doubt.
You see a kid walking, biking, playing, waiting, doing something on their own.
Give those trusting parents the benefit of the doubt.
In a lovely essay, educator Mike Yates talks about how easy it is to judge. Read it by clicking here. And judge not.