Thoughts

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Submitted: February 24, 2018

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Thoughts

 

Sometimes we have to think about what we have and reflect that many people do not have everything we have.
I had the opportunity to meet many people who unfortunately do not live with their families.
People who have never had the chance to go to school because they just had to work.
People who unfortunately have traveled to different facilities for children who did not have parents or who could not be with them for various reasons.
People who have had many problems and who despite everything have a smile as if nothing had happened.
Children who got up better than before after falling.
There are many children in the world who want to eat, and that can be just a fried onion, they do not care what they eat but their desire is to eat.
And then you see people throwing food because they do not like it.
Children who want to study but can not. And then there are those who go to school and complain of going there.
Children who would like to wear something clean and others who have the chance to do it and do not.
But how does this world work?
Each of us has problems but I do not think they are as problematic as those who do not have a home.
There are people who, in order to earn even one dollar, accept any work and people who have the chance to work and earn money and do not get up from home to look for a job.
So do we have to go on? For how long?
I hear people being asked, "what would you do with the money if you had to win the lottery," they answer, "I'll buy a new house and go for a cruise."
When I hear this I get shivery and I think, "If I had to win the lottery my money will go to all those people who need it, to those children who are in structures without parents. I want to give some of them a smile, a smile, and I would like to give them a real family, also because all the children ask for a family where they can be happy and happy. "

Every child needs a family, a house where he can live quietly without having to contend with someone. Every child needs to have a maternal and a paternal figure.
At the same time you have to be very careful about the separation of a couple if you have a baby. For a child, the separation of their parents is always a painful experience accompanied by anxiety and insecurity. Anxiety can arise from the fear that at some point one of the parents could get away from him too. From a pedagogical and evolutionary psychological point of view, however, there is the possibility that the children can successfully process the separation of the parents, without long-term traumatic consequences. For this to happen, however, they need adequate support.
A few days ago I received a letter from a friend of mine who is like my brother and chose to let me share the letter he wrote for his parents who are separated, and I find myself inside because I have also lived the separation of my parents since I was born until I decided to close with them and have a new family. And that this family is the maternal grandparents.



 

"My sense of security is now lost. Do not think that my life will be exactly as it was before "

 

There are circumstances in which separation is inevitable, even for moral reasons of personal safety and children.
As in the always thorny case of abortion, however, perhaps it is not the case to concentrate so much on already consumed divorces as on those that could be avoided.
It is true that a marriage can not be valid, it is true that a marriage can end ... but, much more importantly, it is true that every marriage can be built on solid foundations, as it is true that every sexual relationship can be realized with responsibility , conscience and above all love of donation.
The smartest approach to discussions about abortion and divorce is this: how to make sure that there is no need for it under any circumstances.
We propose an invitation to build more solid marriages, able to last because they feed every day of love and mutual donation. And those who address this invitation are two children who, like many in the world, suffer because they feel like a "child of divorce".


 

"Dear mum and dad,

I know you are suffering. Even though I am young and I can not put into words what is happening in our lives, I feel the impact. My heart breaks every time I have to leave one of you. My sense of security is now lost. Please do not think I'm not vulnerable. Please do not think that my life will be exactly the way it was before, and that I will continue to feel the same love on both of you.
When you fight for me and put me at the center of your discussions, you are sending me a message telling me that winning in your race is more important than my life. I am learning from you that it is better to be right than to be loved. You are teaching me that I was born of a person who is not amiable and who is wrong, and that in some way I am wrong too.
When you confide your sufferings to my heart, you are accumulating adult pain, and you are stealing my childhood. You are depriving me of the belief that love is unconditional, and you are replacing it with the message that tells me to be hard, and not loving because I will get hurt and I will not be able to recover.
Perhaps you do not understand it today, and I am so young that you are not thinking about my future, but you are putting me at greater risk of asking for a divorce myself," says the child, recalling statistics on which parents' children divorced are more likely to divorce themselves.
"My security is your duty. Without you and your protection, I am not defended in the world. This will manifest itself in me with irrational fears, because I will be on one side of the fight or fleeing for most of my life. One day this initial shock will pass, but the way you choose to educate me in this crisis will never go away."


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