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Re: Leaving (trigger) antigua

Posted by daisym on December 6, 2004, at 13:00:28

In reply to Re: Leaving (trigger) daisym, posted by antigua on December 6, 2004, at 9:46:04

Isn't it amazing how we learned to weigh the physical assaults against the mental ones and to essentially sacrifice ourselves for what we believed was better for everyone else? Amazing and oh-so sad. I wish we didn't have similar stories. But these days, I wish a lot of things...

Are you afraid of the dark now? And, what are the nighttime rules for your kids about coming in your room? I've never made my kids sleep without a light if they needed one and they know to knock on a closed door but that it is not only OK, but encouraged that they wake me up if they get up in the night.

I keep telling myself that at least I'm doing things differently than my mom did, so I did learn something from my experience.

Thank you for sharing. So many people say, "it is never the child's fault" like saying it is going to make you believe it. I *know* this is true, but I *feel* like a bad know?




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