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P is for Patience

P is for Patience, it is something we learn though it is not always one of our strong points.

Children require patience as they are stumbling through the first steps of life learning what is what. You need patience at school to get through what can be a rather boring day when you already know the lesson, or a challenging day when you are trying to figure out what in the world is going on.

The simple act of shopping requires patience, when you take children it can be tricky to decide if it's your patience or theirs that wears thin. Children can be bossy in the store, but when they're the ones ready to go long before you've finished your list it's a bit surprising. 

What do you need patience to achieve? 

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