Every disable and able bodied child matters, because they too have the right to life. It may be that the disable children may need some extra support than the able bodied one to live a normal life. The parents of disabled child love them just as much if not more than normal healthy children. These parents may be concerned about their education, access to services, respite and other issues directly related to their child’s needs. Majority of the times the relationship between parents and children’s is very close and in many cases the whole family will work together as a unit. Therefore whenever possible, disabled children should grow up within a stable family. Continue reading
Favouritism can occur in all aspects of life, wherever there are relationships. However, it can be most destructive when the person showing favouritism has some form of power or authority over others, as occurs in a parent-child, teacher-student and boss-subordinate relationships.
No matter where we go in the world, we can observe favouritism; everyone has their favourites regardless of who they are. No two relationships in this world are identical. Every relationship is as unique as the finger prints of the people in the relationship and everyone has some relationships that feel more comfortable, natural or rewarding than others. Continue reading →
Everyone takes their responsibility and accountability differently, some take it very seriously and others casually. As parents we like to teach our children that they are responsible for their actions. We also teach them that if they don’t take their responsibilities seriously there will be consequence to their actions. Some of us are good at following up and others let them get away with murder.
God is our heavenly father and we are his children, he also holds his children Accountable for their actions. The Bible teaches us that all people will one day be held accountable for their actions. “For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil. “ Ecclesiastes 12:14 Continue reading →
Building on a Solid Foundation is important; we all like to give our children the best start in life, so that they have a solid foundation to build on for the rest of their life. The scary truth is that if we don’t lay the right foundation for our children, when they face difficulties they may fall apart. They is also a danger that they may spend best part of their life, wondering who they are or laying a foundation for themselves that’s not on solid ground. Continue reading →
There is a saying, ‘You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family’. That’s only partly true, because not everyone continue to live with their biological family and some people don’t even know who their biological parents are. Some children have made a conscious decision, as to who they would like to live with. Therefore to some extent you can choose your family. Some things you can choose, but others you cannot, so you have to try to make the best of what you have where you have no choice. Continue reading →