“...Appreciation adds a sense of significance, the idea that, ‘Hey I’m important! Mom and Dad like to have me around — they’re proud of me!’” (How to Be a Hero to Your Kids by Josh McDowell)
Children feel self-worth and a sense of security at first because of the feelings generated by the adults in their life. One of the great tragedies of children raising children is that they seldom develop their child’s sense of self-worth and security, mainly because they haven’t developed their own.
When parents haven’t yet firmly decided about their own self-worth and solved some of their own problems, they aren’t able to give a child a sense of self-worth or security. It takes a great deal of unselfishness to put another person’s needs before our own needs.
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