Many parents balk at setting limits or disciplining their children, afraid they’ll lose their respect, and even their custody, if they are divorced. However, since people establish during their childhood the psychical processes that will follow them throughout life, raising children demands serious consideration.
“That’s what family is for” is a dangerous saying, because it opens the door to invasion of privacy and awkwardness, all while preventing us from building healthier and more mature relationships. We’re taught, from childhood, that our relatives are unlike other people; we learn, early on, that our family members are unique and our relationship… Read More »
While still in-utero, our brain develops in an environment filled with comfort, peace and harmony. We are living in paradise—and birth means being expelled. From them on, we experience what are probably the worst days of our life: we are cold, hungry and thirsty and we feel vulnerable and in absolutely despair when our mothers… Read More »