A Victim Of Circumstance
Updated: Jan 21, 2022
Children Deserve A Fair Chance
The first sense we develop in the womb is that of feeling. We can’t comprehend what it is we’re feeling because of a lack of mental development, but said feeling eventually becomes a part of our very DNA, and thanks to the umbilical cord.
The umbilical cord is a direct connection between mother and fetus. So, not only does it offer a means for the fetus to receive food and drink, but it also allows for the fetus to feel everything the mother feels... everything. Therefore, when a woman is with child, she should be in the most positive environment as possible. But say her environment isn’t positive, but as chaotic as it gets. She’s frustrated, agitated, angry, etc. Her fetus will feel the same way.
Now the child is born into a chaotic world and brought up in a chaotic home environment. How is it this child won’t become a product of its circumstance, when its circumstance is all it has ever felt?
Now the mind of the child is developing more, so the feeling becomes a thought, which will dictate the action. The older the child gets, the less likely his/her mind can be changed. So, now they’re becoming everything that was felt starting within the womb and they continue to feel, within the world.
Those with degrees diagnose him/her incorrectly because they have partial knowledge of his/her overall situation, and because of the parent/parents’ neglect. Now the child is made worse via medication meant to heal, but only hurts because the situation is deeper than a simple solution.
It’s all facts, and far from fiction. Analyze this scenario thoroughly and you’ll see it’s far from a theory, based on the initial connection between mother and fetus.
Don’t allow people who don’t know your child or children’s situation to tell you why they behave as they do. We know more about our child or children than any psychologist ever could, or at least we should, anyway. Seeing our children are cared for accordingly should be a top priority of ours, seeing they had no say so in being born.
If we want to understand what our children’s problems are, we have to begin by looking at the problems within ourselves foremost. Food for thought.