It’s a simple truth: Not everyone is beautiful. So what should parents tell the kids who aren’t the prettiest in the classroom? A children’s book author says that, even in this case, honesty is still the best policy!
Australian author Robert Hoge recently released a book titled “Ugly”. He explains that, while not everyone is beautiful, parents shouldn’t just lie about it, but instead focus on the importance of unique features and the fact that appearance isn’t everything.
What do you think of this approach? How do you define “beautiful”?