All Children Really Need Is The Truth
Open And Honest Discussions Will Give Them The Greatest Opportunity To Live Their Best Lives
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A real father is one who helps a child to become a responsible adult. And the child doesn’t have to be his own. — Henery X
“The preparation is the protection.” Let that marinate in your mind for a moment. When we know better, we can do better. We need to look past our children’s innocence because, a predator sure will. We need to have open and honest discussions with our children because if we don’t, we’re setting them up to be possibly abused. I know you’ve heard that old saying, “If you stay ready, you won’t need to get ready.” When our children are properly prepared, they won’t need to get prepared. What if there’s not enough time for them to figure out what they should do? They should already be doing what should be done at the first sign of danger. How? Because they’ll know what danger feels like, thanks to having been enlightened.
And we should never think a child is to young to know everything because guess what? There are parents who have taught their children everything and these children, are your children’s friends or soon to be friends. So, if one child has been raised to be a manipulator and another knows nothing about manipulation, well, you know the rest of the story. We need to have open and honest discussions with our children. We won’t always physical be around to protect them, but our shared wisdom could represent us in our physical absence. Enlighten a child when he or she is young, and they’ll never stray from the path when they grow older.
Children are young adults in training, it’s time we start treating them as such because it’s the best thing we could ever do for them . Feast for thought.
Fathers, continue to give your daughters examples to measure men by. Keep your standards high, so there’s will never be low. — Henery X
Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge my offering.
May we never lose our desire to outdo what we’ve already done.
Remember. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider.