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Re: Favorite child antigua3

Posted by Sigismund on January 24, 2009, at 0:56:10

In reply to Re: Favorite child Sigismund, posted by antigua3 on January 23, 2009, at 20:33:13

It's likely that any parent will find differences in how they get on with particular kids.

Certainly that is what I have found.

Still, as a parent you have a job to do, and you express your love (or duty? goodness me!) for your kids by doing that job as well as you can.

Just like any person in therapy wants to know
'what do you really think of me? Do you really love me?'
so our kids want to know about our feelings.

I realise this is a bit of a tangent, but I have 2 kids.

When I told my daughter she was the smartest person in the house, she looked at me very carefully.

 

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