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The stance of mother and that of children

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Date 2020-11-20

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  You also had your childhood as your children. Regardless of your ages, you have not skipped your childhood and school years to become a mother. 

Then I want you to think about how you thought when you were at your children’s age.

  

 

- Did you really enjoy studying that your mother asked you to do and were you happy about it?

 

- Did you understand your mother when she nagged at you and do your best?

 

- When your mother or teacher told you ‘not to do’ something, did you say ‘yes’ and become obedient?

 

- Were you okay when your mother scolded at you?

 

- Have you lived happily without any wound related to your mother?

 

 

  Besides those mentioned above, I want you to think how your childhood and school years were about relationships with your mom, studying, things 

that you were not allowed to do even though you wanted, teachers, friends. Etc. If you recall your memory of your childhood and school years like this, 

you can understand what your children want and think about their psychology.

 

  You were once a child of your mother; you are a mother now. I hope you to compare the time when you lived as a child of your mother and how you 

treat your children as a mother now and imagine the shoe on the other foot. Don’t you think you are only keeping your stance as a mother now even 

though you were also a child in the past?


  Some say that they didn’t know anything because they were young but want to raise their children well as a mother now. Then what do you think your 

children would think about this?

  

  You think you are doing everything for your children such as nagging at your children, forcing them to study, resolving their problems and educating 

them in your own ways, but I want you to think if you are not forcing them to become a mother like you. Aren’t you forcing your young children to have 

the psychology of mother?

 

  Put yourself in your child’s shoe. I hope you think and try to understand your children with a child’s mind that you once had in the past.





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