Mind­ful­ness needs to be taught to par­ents as well

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Robert Matthews’s piece Mind­ful­ness in the class­room – how

does it mea­sure up? (Novem­ber 12) was thought-pro­vok­ing. A child should al­ways be pro­tected.

They should not need to be taught adult cop­ing mech­a­nisms at such a young age. More se­cu­rity in their lives is what they need. Andrew Har­ris, United Kingdom

More par­ents need to be ac­tual par­ents in­stead of pass­ing on the re­spon­si­bil­ity to oth­ers. Kids need love and at­ten­tion from their par­ents. Vi­jay Ram­bu­ruth, In­dia

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