Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Kane » Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:28 am

And, interestingly, a person is so suggestive that he can simply believe in the existence of pain and suffering in what they are not. And pleasure can exist for him only in his faith in this pleasure. If the animals in the circus are trained with the help of a whip and delicacies, forming in their head the necessary cause-and-effect relationships at the expense of real punishment and reward, it is enough for a person to instill thoughts about punishment and reward in order to provoke in him the belief in the correctness of certain actions and incorrectness others.
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Wester » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:26 pm

Since the process of mental activity, when the brain makes various calculations is very complex in itself, requires a lot of energy, time and tension, this process is not done by many, replacing the notion of thinking, asking questions and looking for answers, correct answers through calculations, already available in the head of the data. Here is such a bust, it's the same as rereading the old book several times, with the goal of getting something new out of it, which, by the way, is sometimes very good at making.
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Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him

Postby Lythind » Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:31 am

Say you were “meant” to be their parent.Lots of adoptive parents look for connections to the child they adopted. I understand the need. What I don’t understand is the callous disregard for your child’s biological parents. If you were “meant” to be their father , then why was she born to someone else? Was this just some crazy plan by God to make some poor woman in Guatemala or Korea or Kansas miserable so you could be happy?I do believe that there are ways to convey how much we love our children. I tell mine all the time that they are the lights of my life, that I am honored to be their father, that I love them more than I want my next breath. But I steer clear of the supernatural, divine intervention brought us together language. W

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