The Happiness You Want for Your Child May Not Be Real Happiness
At the slightest hint of unhappiness from a child, parents move to fix it — it’s a mental act, and it’s natural, human, and typical of us. Why would we rather watch our kids suffer when we can put a smile on their face? Ask most parents what they desire for their children, they will say, “I want my kids to be happy.” While our intention is valid, it sometimes becomes our obsession and influences how we interact with them and every decision we make to see them happy.
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