Part 3 - “Us & We” vs “I & Me”
Three of my five grandchildren are preschoolers. If you have exposure to any preschoolers / toddlers, you’re surely familiar with that famous emphatic toddler phrase: “Mine!” Rarely do we hear, "Sure, you can play with my favorite truck." Three and 4-year-olds tend to cling passionately to their stuff. Sharing just isn’t a priority. But we expect this from a toddler. But what if an adult still acts like a toddler? When it remains “Me” instead of “We.