PARENT AND CHILD

Homer Wilson Smith HomerWSmith at lightlink.com
Sat Jan 26 22:03:32 EST 2013


      PARENT AND CHILD

      Most overts, unless they are accidental, are usually committed in
an effort to solve a problem.  If one runs the overt and the regret, but
not the earlier problem, the incident will not lift.

      When children misbehave, it is generally because they are trying to
solve a problem, not with themselves, but with their parents.

      When a child misbehaves, the parent has become more of a problem to
the child than a solution.  A psychosomatic is in fact a kind of
'misbehavior'.

      Thus one looks to the parent *FIRST* to resolve the situation and
not the child.

      One can also measure the quality of the parent/child relationship
in this way.

      Is the parent more of a problem to the child than a solution in
life's endeavors to survive?

      If so, then the relationship is on the rocks, and the child will
become an anti asset to society.

    Homer

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