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Who wants good children?


Hello,
My name is Piter.

I think a lot about children, and although there can be many problems with them they also bring a lot of pleasure.
But the main thought leaves me restless why do they create different problems? In one book I have met such theory - During the moment of creation and before it, parents pawn mental bases for the future of the child, and in a consequence the child follows this program.
And those who wish to see their child smart and noble, please think of it in a moment of creation, and those whose child creates problems - recall what thought when you created the child?
The book, which is very clever, filled with deep ideas about children, about health and parents is called "Anastasia". If you already read it please express your opinion, I am searching for friends I can discuss my ideas with. You can get the book at www.energyoflife.ca or do it thru google, ask Anastasia + Ringing Cedars Series

Yours truly,
Piter.

Date: 14-May-2005 @ 6:05 am
Rating: 2
Views: 5300
Status: Approved
Author: Piter

Re: Who wants good children?


the problem with parents is that they eant their child to do everything but never care to ask what he wants
joe
http://wonderwhizkids.com/
Date: 21-June-2006 @ 4:45 pm
Rating: 2
Views: 1577
Status: Approved
Author: joecole

Re: Who wants good children?

then what's a parent to do when the child wants to do everything (@ age 3) & the parent can't meet the childs needs due to most activities having age restrictions of over 4 or 5? Either way, we can't win. So Joe, don't put all parents in the same basket, we're not all the same!
Date: 26-June-2006 @ 8:27 pm
Rating: 2
Views: 1739
Status: Approved
Author: Hannah

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