Mom’s or Papa’s Child


papa'sI am sure this exists in most (every) family. We like mother or father most and one of us support us – by helping us hide all mistakes, give pocket money, constant encouragement and others. Why does this happen? We also see that one of them will want the child to take action and other will object, wanting to leave things as they are. Do you recall homework (for example), getting you to do homework – your father expects discipline in finishing task before you hit bed; while your mother insists to leave this decision to you. We also likely to see confrontation after confrontation with each parent. As a child, I will play one parent against the other, always playing up to the lenient parent. What traits will help the parents to reach agreement? Keep tuned to know about this ever-on-going Amrita Relay at Reflection

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