We’ve all seen cliques, whether they’ve been in the movies, in the workplace or from our days back in high school. They’re an exclusive bunch who rarely lets anyone else make the cut into their tight social circle. And sometimes they relish the opportunity to let other people know that they aren’t seen as good enough to hang out with them.
As a parent, it’s helpful for your child to see you taking other people’s feelings into account and widening your social circle. He’ll be likely to follow your lead. Both he and his classmates will benefit from it. You could positively impact a young life, someone who needs a friend, just by teaching your child to be an includer. Here’s how you can do it.