Two Sets of Eyes
“One faces the future with one’s past.”
– PEARL S. BUCK
As a parent, you see the world with two sets of eyes: the eyes of your childhood self and the eyes of your current self. At times, your childhood eyes are so powerful that they can interfere with what your adult eyes are seeing and experiencing with your child. Having your own child can bring […]
It may seem counterintuitive, but getting to know yourself a little better is also helpful to your child. Try thinking about the following questions: • How do you think your childhood experiences have influenced the person you are today? • Do you see any patterns of behavior that have been transmitted from generation to generation […]
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