This week, my 14-year-old daughter Sophie joins me to talk about being different. She answers the following questions in her usual lively way:
- In what ways are you different?
- Do you like being different?
- Is there an advantage to being different?
- Even though you don't fit in with the crowd, do you still have a need to belong?
- What if someone thinks one of my resources is totally unsuitable for children?
- Are we affected by adult peer pressure when deciding whether something is child suitable or not?
- Do parents have a need to feel accepted and approved of?