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Re: Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning mair

Posted by pinkeye on April 4, 2005, at 19:53:35

In reply to Re: Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning, posted by mair on April 4, 2005, at 17:50:55

IT isn't so bad.. All you need now to be is to be honest with him. Acknowledge the mistakes that you have done in brining him up, and sincerely tell him that you do not wish him carrying on the legacy. That would really help your kid. If he understands you didn't mean to hurt him, but just clueless, it will really really help.

That is what helps me in case of my parents. At the end of the day, I know they love me very much, and whatever mistakes they made, they made because they didn't know better. And that now, that I have access to all these knowledge which they didn't have, it is my responsibility to grow up without blaming them further.

I wish they were mature in the first place, but atleast knowing that they don't want me to suffer is second best.


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