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  1. This reminds me of school education for the little one in Germany as compared to Australia. In Germany little children don’t get praised half as much as Australian children, At least this was our impression when we first came to Australia, that teachers in Australia always found something to praise whereas in Germany children weren’t praised very often. But Germans in general tend not to hold back with their criticism, even for very little children!

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    1. My view changes with the mood I’m in – sometimes I can’t seem to see anything bright and cheerful even when it’s in front of my face!! Other times, the bad stuff is invisible because I am happy and can only see beauty. I don’t think I could live with a permanently “happy” state and not criticising things!

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