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  • I know I am kind of late leaving a comment and I did read this soon after the account was brought to all of our attention but, it was only yesterday that I was reading about ‘Mindfulness communication’. One of the points was to, ‘put yourself in their shoes’. To be in someone else’s shoes is to respect their experience by imagining it’s us instead of them, when we do this we develop a better idea of what their feeling. So, as my daughter is only 2 years old and I can’t ask her permission to post her photo on my feed, I decided to put myself in her shoes and asked myself, “would I like 300 photo’s of myself on Instagram for everyone to see”. The answer was absolutely NO! So, for this reason I have decided to go private.

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