When we are born, our parents are all we have in the world.
They are the people we look to for support, guidance, and security. They are the ones we wait for to tell us the rules of this mystery in which we are born.
The truth is that we are all human and we all make mistakes. In the mind of a child, however, parents are much more than people.
They are his creators, his guardians, his patrons, and they lived here before he was born. When we are little, our mother and father are our gods and goddesses. In the midst of this vast unknown, they are the only thing we know.
This is why what parents do and how they behave becomes an important part of a child’s psychology.
They are the prototype of our first consciousness and the center of our character development.
The way we treat our children becomes their inner voice! When our brain is small, it has more neural connections. It absorbs almost everything going on around us to better adapt to our environment.
As we age, the brain retains only the neural connections we use most often and gets rid of the ones we use less often.
The voice of our mother and father is something that is deeply rooted in our psyche and has become our inner voice.
As they speak to us, so does our inner voice speak to us, and as we speak to ourselves.
If they are often angry, harsh and cold when they speak to us, if we yell and scream every time we do something wrong, then we too will deal with ourselves every time we make a mistake. But like we said, we’re all human, we make mistakes, and that’s okay. How you deal with mistakes is how you learn and overcome them.