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La Comprensión - Fundación eCare Acompaña por Elisabeth d'Ornano



Children develop as a result of what we parents are; we set an example for them. From an early age, children imitate their parents and learn to repeat what they hear and what they see. That is why they need to be treated with respect and parents should not be intrusive and make unrealistic demands.

There are children who do extremely well, who are easy to deal with and there are others who have more difficulties and simply cannot cope with what is asked of them. We seem to forget that they are also capable of many different types of good things.

We need to look at where we can improve as parents. If we keep our own shortcomings in check and don’t vent our frustration on bad days we will help to create the right environment to foster resilience. Resilience is the brain’s ability to recover and be well after trauma, in this case the trauma attached to pregnancy and motherhood.

There are different types of trauma, the mother’s emotional trauma during pregnancy and trauma arising from a difficult birth or during early childhood.

The different stages a child goes through during
development into adulthood must be firmly established. In order to do this, it is necessary to include in order to be included and to focus on the ability to love and be happy. A positive approach brings out the best in everyone and creates a dynamic that brings a sense of security because you feel you are doing things right.

“The day I understood that the only things I am going to take with me are what I experience, I started to experience what I wanted to take with me”. Closing cycles with people is something you take with you and being loved by your children is an example.


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