With all of the adults in the world today struggling to process their emotions, it’s no surprise that a child, who hasn’t yet matured enough to understand the world, would also have trouble handling all of their many feelings.
Children deal with the same types of emotions adults do, but they don’t have the intelligence or the vocabulary they need to express them in a healthy way. It’s up to us to ensure that our children grow to understand and process their emotions in a way that’s not harmful to them or others.
Our world is a vast expanse of colours, shades, and hues. We take for granted the ability to gaze at a sunset or admire a van Gogh painting. Colour plays a huge role in our every day lives, from knowing what food is ripe to stopping at a traffic light. Now imagine a world where red and green look the same or where a sunset is made from shades of yellows. This is the case for children and adults that have colour vision deficiencies. What is colour blindness? Colour blindness, or colour vision deficiency, happens when the ‘cones’ (colour-detecting nerve cells...
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