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PostSubject: Intelligent Discussion - Parenting   Intelligent Discussion - Parenting EmptySun Aug 25, 2013 5:38 pm

This is something I have been thinking about recently.

It all started when I picked up a psychology book on emotional intelligence, written by one of my professors and divided in 2 main sectors.

The first sector describes how human beings develop emotionally as they grow up, from babies to adults.

The second sector explains in detail how parents should communicate with their children and teach them to properly manage their own emotions. In addition, it even lists the behaviours that are a result of bad, or just not as good as it could be, parenting.

This is how I realised that, some of the issues that I've been having with myself and with my parents, where a result of their own actions, mostly.

My parents have been divorced for a long time, and I got to grow up with each one. Namely, my father didn't really limit me, and turned into a dependant child. Thus made the relationship with my mother problematic, who doubted me and made insecure. I would also lie as to not to dissapoint her, for example.

However, as time went by, most of these issues have been smoothened out, I'd like to believe. Besides, there is no school for parents; they probably did their best, and I love them. Nevertheless, there are things that I will avoid or change when the time to raise my own children comes.

What about you?
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