A child whose needs are not met cannot learn adequately
Last week we delved into abuse’s effect on people thus on society. Neglect is another form of abuse. An e-mail that impacted me a great deal with no source cited went something like this:
(Not yet born) I heard dad and you talking about me the other day. I’m sorry I’m such an inconvenience. Dad yelled I was an unneeded and unwanted expense. Mom, you said I might hinder your promotion. I’m sorry.
(Age l) Boy, I sure messed up life again for you and dad. You’ve changed sitters twice for me and you complain you can’t find an evening sitter. Sometimes when you are forced to stay home, you complain how I’ve really crimped your style. I’m sorry.
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