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Re: Full scale hysterical meltdown

Posted by saw on September 23, 2004, at 1:00:29

In reply to Re: Full scale hysterical meltdown Dinah, posted by All Done on September 22, 2004, at 23:52:39

Oh Dinah, I understand the guilt you are feeling at falling apart in front of your son. I have done this in front of my 6 year old on numerous occasions and fear that I may have caused far reaching consequences later in life. I even blame myself for his recent ADHD diagnosis. If I could just have handled myself better and not fall apart at him and in front of him when things weren't going my way. Yet he is extremely loving and very attached to me, even if overly emotional. Everytime I promise myself that I will not become hysterical in front of him and then I do, it literally gouges me from the inside. But I have seen this little kid bounce right back up again. Yes, these precious blighters are so very resilient. He will be okay. You however, need to look after yourself. Be kind to yourself. Don't beat yourself up for something that you truly did not mean to do (and had every right to do anyway). Your boy shows a lot of strength and I think will be there for you just as you are there for him. No matter what.

Strength to you Dinah




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