In what ways does the number 1 has both positive & negative connotations?
I read somewhere that calling kids comparative adjectives like "the best" or "number 1" has a negative effect on their ability to handle mistakes later in life. I think it instills the mindset that "I'm number one so I can't possibly do wrong" which is bad because they will be left devastated when they do wrong (and I can assure everyone is wrong at some point in their lives)
by Don W 7 years ago
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