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Daddy Loves Me: Dealing with Shame When Children Feel Unloved Jane Gilgun

Daddy Loves Me: Dealing with Shame When Children Feel Unloved

Jane Gilgun

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This essay begins with a children’s story and continues with a discussion of how children sometimes misinterpret parents’ behaviors as evidence that their parents don’t love them. In the story, children mistake their father’s sadness over losing hisMoreThis essay begins with a children’s story and continues with a discussion of how children sometimes misinterpret parents’ behaviors as evidence that their parents don’t love them. In the story, children mistake their father’s sadness over losing his job for evidence that he doesn’t love them any more. Who doesn’t at times feel unloved? My experience tell me this is a false belief. Everyone is lovable and worthy of love.The essay that follows provides guidelines about how to help children understand that parents love them even when parents seem to ignore them. These guidelines show how to help children understand that parents cant always feel attention. They nip in the bud childrens fears that something is wrong when THEM when their parents are inattentive.