There is &#97&#110 old saying regarding children: &#68&#111 &#97&#115 &#73 say, &#110&#111&#116 as I do. Whoever coined this phrase &#100&#105&#100&#110&#116 know much about children. Children often &#100&#111 not do as we say. &#87&#101 &#97&#114&#101 the role models regarding how our children learn to treat themselves and others. &#87&#101 are the role &#109&#111&#100&#101&#108&#115 regarding whether or &#110&#111&#116 our &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 learn &#116&#111 take personal responsibility for themselves physically, &#101&#109&#111&#116&#105&#111&#110&#97&#108&#108&#121, &#102&#105&#110&#97&#110&#99&#105&#97&#108&#108&#121, relationally, spiritually, &#97&#110&#100 &#111&#114&#103&#97&#110&#105&#122&#97&#116&#105&#111&#110&#97&#108&#108&#121.

&#10&#68&#111 you avoid responsibility for your own feelings with &#115&#117&#98&#115&#116&#97&#110&#99&#101&#115, &#97&#99&#116&#105&#118&#105&#116&#105&#101&#115, &#111&#114 &#119&#105&#116&#104 &#115&#104&#97&#109&#105&#110&#103 &#97&#110&#100 blaming &#98&#101&#104&#97&#118&#105&#111&#114 toward yourself or others? Are you &#97&#108&#119&#97&#121&#115 late and &#105&#115 your desk &#97 mess? Do you eat poorly and &#108&#97&#99&#107 &#101&#120&#101&#114&#99&#105&#115&#101? Are you &#97&#108&#119&#97&#121&#115 in major credit card &#100&#101&#98&#116? Do you lack &#97 relationship with &#97 spiritual source of &#108&#111&#118&#101 and guidance?

If you want your children to be &#111&#110 &#116&#105&#109&#101, &#116&#104&#101&#110 you need to be on time. &#73&#102 you want your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 to be healthy and &#102&#105&#116, then you need to &#98&#101 healthy and &#102&#105&#116. If &#121&#111&#117 want your children &#116&#111 be honest, then you need to &#98&#101 honest. &#73&#102 you want &#116&#111 &#114&#97&#105&#115&#101 &#104&#97&#112&#112&#121 &#97&#110&#100 &#112&#101&#97&#99&#101&#102&#117&#108 children, then you need to role model how to be happy and &#112&#101&#97&#99&#101&#102&#117&#108. &#73&#102 you &#119&#97&#110&#116 your children to have &#104&#105&#103&#104 self-esteem, &#116&#104&#101&#110 you &#110&#101&#101&#100 to learn to treat yourself and &#116&#104&#101&#109 &#119&#105&#116&#104 kindness and &#99&#97&#114&#105&#110&#103. If you treat your children &#119&#105&#116&#104 caring &#97&#110&#100 respect, but &#121&#111&#117&#114 children &#101&#120&#112&#101&#114&#105&#101&#110&#99&#101 you shaming yourself and treating &#121&#111&#117&#114&#115&#101&#108&#102 as if your &#102&#101&#101&#108&#105&#110&#103&#115 &#97&#110&#100 needs are &#110&#111&#116 important, there is a good &#99&#104&#97&#110&#99&#101 they &#119&#105&#108&#108 &#108&#101&#97&#114&#110 to disrespect themselves as well.

For example, &#77&#97&#114&#116&#105&#110 grew up &#105&#110 a &#102&#97&#109&#105&#108&#121 &#119&#104&#101&#114&#101 both &#111&#102 his &#112&#97&#114&#101&#110&#116&#115 were high achievers &#97&#110&#100 made &#116&#111&#110&#115 of money. But &#104&#105&#115 mother &#119&#97&#115 a &#104&#105&#103&#104&#108&#121 judgmental woman and his father &#119&#97&#115 &#97&#108&#119&#97&#121&#115 unhappy and &#119&#111&#114&#114&#105&#101&#100 &#97&#98&#111&#117&#116 &#115&#111&#109&#101&#116&#104&#105&#110&#103. Is it &#97&#110&#121 surprise that Martin does &#119&#101&#108&#108 financially, &#121&#101&#116 is constantly judging &#104&#105&#109&#115&#101&#108&#102 and others and is often &#97&#103&#105&#116&#97&#116&#101&#100 over minor &#116&#104&#105&#110&#103&#115?

&#10&#65&#110&#103&#105&#101 grew up &#119&#105&#116&#104 a mother who was totally devoted to her. In &#65&#110&#103&#105&#101&#115 mind, &#104&#101&#114 &#109&#111&#116&#104&#101&#114 &#119&#97&#115 the ideal mother kind, &#99&#111&#109&#112&#97&#115&#115&#105&#111&#110&#97&#116&#101, &#97&#110&#100 &#97&#108&#119&#97&#121&#115 ready &#116&#111 listen to Angie and &#104&#101&#108&#112 &#104&#101&#114 with her problems. &#72&#101&#114 hardworking father was also a kind and caring person. &#89&#101&#116 Angie has a hard &#116&#105&#109&#101 taking loving &#99&#97&#114&#101 of herself. She ignores responsibility for her &#111&#119&#110 &#102&#101&#101&#108&#105&#110&#103&#115, does not &#102&#101&#101&#100 herself &#119&#101&#108&#108, is often &#106&#117&#100&#103&#109&#101&#110&#116&#97&#108 &#116&#111&#119&#97&#114&#100 &#104&#101&#114&#115&#101&#108&#102, &#97&#110&#100 &#104&#97&#115 a hard &#116&#105&#109&#101 getting &#116&#104&#105&#110&#103&#115 done. She is constantly &#115&#101&#101&#107&#105&#110&#103 out a man to fill &#104&#101&#114 up and make &#104&#101&#114 feel worthy. How did &#116&#104&#105&#115 happen with such loving parents?

While Angies parents &#119&#101&#114&#101 loving &#116&#111 her, &#116&#104&#101&#121 were &#110&#111&#116 loving to themselves. &#65&#110&#103&#105&#101&#115 &#109&#111&#116&#104&#101&#114 used food to &#97&#118&#111&#105&#100 her feelings, and &#119&#97&#115 always giving herself up &#116&#111 please others. In addition, &#115&#104&#101 &#99&#111&#117&#108&#100 never quite &#103&#101&#116 &#111&#114&#103&#97&#110&#105&#122&#101&#100 and was &#97&#108&#119&#97&#121&#115 &#108&#97&#116&#101. Angies father spent &#104&#105&#115 &#108&#105&#102&#101 working hard and using the TV to avoid his feelings. Neither of &#65&#110&#103&#105&#101&#115 &#112&#97&#114&#101&#110&#116&#115 &#114&#111&#108&#101 modeled personal responsibility &#102&#111&#114 &#116&#104&#101&#105&#114 physical and emotional health. Angie was shaped far more by how they &#116&#114&#101&#97&#116&#101&#100 &#116&#104&#101&#109&#115&#101&#108&#118&#101&#115 than how &#116&#104&#101&#121 treated her. In fact, because &#116&#104&#101&#121 treated her so &#108&#111&#118&#105&#110&#103&#108&#121 &#97&#110&#100 treated themselves &#115&#111 &#117&#110&#108&#111&#118&#105&#110&#103&#108&#121, Angie grew up believing that &#105&#116 was &#111&#116&#104&#101&#114&#115 responsibility to &#108&#111&#118&#101 her and fill &#104&#101&#114, rather than her own responsibility. &#83&#104&#101 grew &#117&#112 &#98&#101&#105&#110&#103 &#110&#101&#101&#100&#121 and &#100&#101&#109&#97&#110&#100&#105&#110&#103, rather than personally responsible.

Do you want your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 to be like you? &#65&#115 &#97 parent, it is very &#105&#109&#112&#111&#114&#116&#97&#110&#116 to &#116&#97&#107&#101 a &#108&#111&#111&#107 at what you &#97&#114&#101 role modeling for &#121&#111&#117&#114 children not only &#114&#101&#103&#97&#114&#100&#105&#110&#103 how you &#116&#114&#101&#97&#116 &#111&#116&#104&#101&#114&#115, &#98&#117&#116 how you treat &#121&#111&#117&#114&#115&#101&#108&#102. If &#116&#104&#101&#114&#101 &#97&#114&#101 &#99&#101&#114&#116&#97&#105&#110 &#118&#97&#108&#117&#101&#115 that you want &#121&#111&#117&#114 children to &#104&#97&#118&#101 when &#116&#104&#101&#121 &#103&#114&#111&#119 up, they are far more likely to have &#121&#111&#117&#114 &#118&#97&#108&#117&#101&#115 if &#116&#104&#101&#121 &#100&#101&#101&#112&#108&#121 respect you. &#65&#110&#100 they will not respect you if you do not treat &#121&#111&#117&#114&#115&#101&#108&#102 with &#114&#101&#115&#112&#101&#99&#116. It &#105&#115 highly important, &#105&#102 you want your children &#116&#111 be happy, &#104&#101&#97&#108&#116&#104&#121, and personally &#114&#101&#115&#112&#111&#110&#115&#105&#98&#108&#101, &#116&#111 be a role &#109&#111&#100&#101&#108 of happiness, health and &#112&#101&#114&#115&#111&#110&#97&#108 &#114&#101&#115&#112&#111&#110&#115&#105&#98&#105&#108&#105&#116&#121.

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