The Good Parent

Are you a good parent?  You may not have offspring of your own, however, each of you has a child within.  He/she may have experienced or been exposed to things no child ever should and may carry the pain of those moments.  It is important to remember this and treat him/her accordingly.  When your child becomes upset and wants to be heard, do you douse the adult body with chemicals or food to quiet them?  Do you ignore their cries for understanding and love to fit in?  Do you pretend they do not exist and tell yourself to ‘get over it’?

Treat your inner child the same way you would treat any other child in your life.  Their growth and well-being depends on how well you choose to relate to him/her.  Pay attention to them, shower them with the Unconditional Love they may not have received and listen to understand what they are saying.  He/she has worked very hard to make sure you survived (and thrived) through your darkest days.  Let him/her come out and play in the sunshine.  Just like every other part of you, they are worthy and deserving of being honored! ~ Creator

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19 thoughts on “The Good Parent

  1. honestme363 says:

    This is a lesson that my daughter is teaching me, everyday, to slow down and laugh and enjoy the small things 😊

  2. Reblogged this on Sirian Heaven and commented:
    Are you a good parent? You may not have offspring of your own, however, each of you has a child within. He/she may have experienced or been exposed to things no child ever should and may carry the pain of those moments. It is important to remember this and treat him/her accordingly. When your child becomes upset and wants to be heard, do you douse the adult body with chemicals or food to quiet them? Do you ignore their cries for understanding and love to fit in? Do you pretend they do not exist and tell yourself to ‘get over it’?

    Treat your inner child the same way you would treat any other child in your life. Their growth and well-being depends on how well you choose to relate to him/her. Pay attention to them, shower them with the Unconditional Love they may not have received and listen to understand what they are saying. He/she has worked very hard to make sure you survived (and thrived) through your darkest days. Let him/her come out and play in the sunshine. Just like every other part of you, they are worthy and deserving of being honored! ~ Creator

  3. […] Treat your inner child the same way you would treat any other child in your life.  Their growth and well-being depends on how well you choose to relate to him/her.  Pay attention to them, shower them with the Unconditional Love they may not have received and listen to understand what they are saying.  He/she has worked very hard to make sure you survived (and thrived) through your darkest days.  Let him/her come out and play in the sunshine.  Just like every other part of you, they are worthy and deserving of being honored! ~ Creator Source […]

  4. Shengwen says:

    Learning to love and value yourself is also to take care of your inner child. ❤

  5. Wang says:

    Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person they are almost indistinguishable.
    被倾听和被爱非常类似, 一般人几乎无法分辨它们.

    – David Augsburger writer 戴维 奥斯伯格, 作家

  6. Wang says:

    你是好父母吗? 你也许没有自己的子女,
    但每个人都有一个内在小孩.
    曾几何时, 他/她可能已経体会
    或被迫面对任何小孩都不应該或无法承受的痛苦.
    记住这一点, 给他/她应有的照顾是很重要的.
    当你的内在小孩变得沮丧并希望被重视,
    你是否会用化学药物或食物塞满这个成人身体来让他安静呢?
    你是否忽略了他们正哭求被了解和适合他的爱?
    你是否假装他们不存在并告诉自己” 会熬过去的 ” ?
    用你照顾生活中其他小孩的方式来照顾自己的内在小孩.
    选择如何好好与他/她建立关系决定了他们的成长与幸福.
    关心他们,倾注他们从未接受过的无条件之爱,
    倾听并了解他们所说的.
    他/她曾經非常努力,一定要让你活过你最黑暗的日子.
    让他/她走出来在阳光下玩耍.
    就像你其他的每一个部分,
    他们是可敬的,应该被尊重 ! ~造物主

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