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The other day I was at a baby shower for a friend of mine. A guest shows up late and loudly exclaims. You see, I have a very hard time when parents speak so negatively about their kids.
When we attach negative thoughts to things, we will treat those things worse than if we think positively about them. This is true for ourselves, our husbands, and our kids. If we think that our kids are assholes and bastards, we will treat them as such. We will not have as much patience, we will not be as kind, and the relationship can easily be strained because of it.
For me, I try very hard to respect the people in my life. This means that I speak about them in a respectful manner. Calling anyone in my family an asshole or bastard to someone else is not respectful at all. The last thing I want is for people to have negative impressions of my kids before they even meet them. I know that this Mom was just trying to vent. I get that. Parenting is hard and sometimes we need to talk about it. Venting to a bunch of people at a baby shower, some of which were strangers, may not be the best group to vent to.
If you need to vent, find a safe person who knows your kids. We put them, as a person, in a negative light. Venting can actually be productive if we focus on behaviors rather than character. We can talk things through, we can get advice, we can make a plan, and we can change things. Some even name calling, like the mother at the shower. Their children are there. How would you feel if you heard the person you loved the most calling you names?
It would probably crush you. You never know when little ears are around. There is power in our words and our thoughts. Thank you so much for sharing your experience … and your insights.
I really must try and stop this. A really thought provoking post. Thanks so much for linking it up to the Monday parenting pinitparty. Have pinned. Very insightful and just basic common sense to me. My mother and father have called me just about every name in the book from the time I was 9, and still do till this day. I would have never learned that no matter how cruel they can get, just to keep being polite nice and respectful.
You could have been describing my oldest sister; she frequently spoke negatively of and to her daughters during their formative years. The result is that her daughters now adults have had to distance themselves from her. The upside is that my relationship with them has only grown stronger but she has lost the opportunity to bond with her two amazing daughters and their families.
They are humans, equal to everyone else. In fact, for you they are not equal, they are greater than everyone else, because they came from you, they are innocent, and they are still so impressionable. They deserve more love, gentleness and respect than anyone else in your lives. Calling them names just shows the world who the real assholes are. Very well said, Megan! I could not agree more.
It also goes too far the other way sometimes as well. You can be both respectful and in charge. I totally agree! Well said! Many need to read this. Well said, Amanda. As the reader above said, disrespecting our children seems to have become socially acceptable. Well said. It seems like we treat strangers better than we do our family members. I know of a parent who said that their kid was just plain lazy. Can you imagine? I understand that everybody has a bad day.
Why should that be exclusive to adults? I really like this post. My husband and I went to a baby shower also and the late parents, brought their children but continued on about how horrible they were and had ruined their life — and the kids were there with us. I was just shy of 30 so I figured it was meant as a compliment as I look so young an carefree despite having two kids at the time under 2. I love this post. I have little more to say than that. You are just really spot on and I appreciate your taking the time to write this.
I am a school nurse at an inner city school. I am upset when I hear parents make derogotory remarks to their children. They love their children, but seem to think it is okay or funny to call them a name. When I try to give a compliment about their child, they ask me if I want them! Of course I do! I just would love to teach these parents how to make their child feel loved and wanted. I looked on her website, but did not find anything. I would also like to give them a handout of your article.
This message is so needed by the disadvantaged in our communities. Let me know how I can get this message out to my parents. I completely agree. Or kids should learn how to treat other people respectfully from how we treat them. I really love this! Great advise for all parents. Children learn respect from watching how their parents respect others including themselves.
Thanks for the reminder and perspective. Your words really spoke to me, not personally, but my sister has that problem with her children.
She has three under three and another on the way. She really piled them up too close and I think that is one of the main reason she acts like this. Great post really. I think this is such good advice. I have one older child, 14 year old girl, and a 2 year old boy. I love them both equally, and they bring such joy to my life, and are such joys to our family.
My daughter is always calling my little guy names like bratt, which I hate, she never gets called names so I am not sure where this is coming from. It is very difficult having children of such drasticlly different ages, but we manage. Any advice on how to make her understand how hurtful names can be. Heather, I can imagine how hurtful to hear that the big sister saying names to her younger brother, I think in her mind grows jealousy, the thought of the younger brother getting full attention and care makes her angry.
I would suggest you spend some time to talk to her and show your affection to her, not only parental love but on a more like counseling tune, you may like to ask her if someone calls her names like she calls names on her own brother, would she like it?
Do you like it? Powerful post — and a great reminder to us all. Great article, and I would add that the intensity of our language matters too. Thank you. You are so right. Thanks for showing me the right way to think about how to handle my children lovingly. She could be a single Mom who does it all on her own and never gets out alone.
Or maybe she is a horrible Mom. You dont know. Just as I dont judge others based on something from one day, I dont judge my kids off of how they act on a bad day.
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The other day I was at a baby shower for a friend of mine. A guest shows up late and loudly exclaims. You see, I have a very hard time when parents speak so negatively about their kids. When we attach negative thoughts to things, we will treat those things worse than if we think positively about them. This is true for ourselves, our husbands, and our kids.
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What's the meaning of this thread If you were not desperate? BTW, what are your challenges to finding yourself one? Most married men still find it difficult to call their wife their own BTW it's very ironical to say you are not desperate, when this thread has desperation written all over it. That's what romance section is for. It's ok to be desperate.
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