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Re: nothing helps

Posted by morganator on April 28, 2010, at 0:00:13

In reply to Re: nothing helps, posted by morganator on April 26, 2010, at 21:23:24

I wanted to mention something that my therapist and I used to discuss. It mostly revolves around the idea the the mother plays the greatest role in a child's emotional development, especially in the crucial early years. Even if a mother is close to a child, feeding them, dressing them, and bathing them, this does not mean that a child is getting what they need from the mother. One obvious thing is physical contact. The right amount of physical contact is crucial. Then there is the emotional state of the mother. Children are like sponges soaking in everything around them, this includes other people's emotions. Now to you and others may think this is ridiculous, but I and others strongly believe in it. If a mother carries a lot of stress, anxiety, depression, she may be negatively affecting her child. Man I hope I can get me brain back so I can articulate these things better.




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