Monday, December 7, 2009


What a shock! Our children do not always fit into our fantasies. They do not always provide us with the "perfect little family". They do not always fit in the with our schemes and plans. And the worst thing about them is that we simply cannot get them shaped up the way we want them and expect them to stay that way. When we give birth to a child, we give birth to a process that continues in one form or another for the rest of our lives. Somehow, we seemed to have missed the concept that parenting is an intimate interactive process that continues.


WHEN WE STOP trying to make our children fit our fantasies of who they should be, we can begin to see who they are!

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