It’s a parent’s job to protect us, not scar us. From experience, where parents set out to protect their children, they may end up scarring them instead.
Crossed words, raised voices, strong undercurrents and undertones, all create emotional scarring, particularly if they’re continually being used. We use sarcasm, we lash out, use words that attack, undermine, pull downs, unkind comments, being neglectful and the patterns continue.
Scars run deep, but for some children they run deeper. Depending on how severely a child will suffer, …Read on »