This is my third post in a series sponsored by Similac as part of their Sisterhood of Motherhood program. Similac is committed to creating an environment to support all parents and build tolerance in the parenting community and I am proud to be part of that. You can check out a little intro to their message HERE if you’re interested.
I wrote about judgment last month on my blog in partnership with Similac. I love the program they are running right now in their efforts to end mommy wars and create a more supportive parenting community. To me honest, recently I have been out of touch with the patenting community I have been accustomed to the past few years, my online groups and friends. I have been engrossed in the skateboarding community in my relationship with Braille Skateboarding.
One of the key things I have learned in working with Braille is, “Haters gonna hate.”
If you are doing good work and helping people, no matter what, you will experience judgment and hate. This applies to ALL areas of life. I have found that just continuing to do the best we can and create good things has been the best answer to judgement.
What do you think? What is your experience with judgement? How have you dealt with it? I made a little video for my Facebook page. You can check it out in the link below.
I am partnering with Similac again this month to talk about judgement. And all I have to say is, Haters gonna hate. #endmommywars #sisterhoodunite #spon #ad
Posted by Our Urban Playground on Friday, September 11, 2015
Similac would love it if you could share your own story of when you experienced judgement and how you dealt with it on their Facebook page.
ps. I am including this amazing cute picture of our new puppy in this post just in case you had a bad day today because OMG isn’t this the cutest thing ever?!
Great post and video. So very true! And the puppy is adorable.