How Chinese philosophy can help you parent

Chinese philosophers advocate for us to recognise a much wider range of vocations, gifts and abilities (including different kinds of intelligence) than we do – and they urge us to avoid privileging certain kinds of achievements over others. They describe actual people who are happy and fulfilled, and note that they live many different kinds of lives and do many different things – often things that don’t bring wealth or prestige – but things that make them happy and their lives fulfilling.
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