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What is the behavior they display as an infant?
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They become agitated and cry.

Toddlers will scream. And often display real fear. Clinginess.

I was lucky, children in my care did not display this behavior, when I was preschool teacher and nanny. They would come to me.

The mothers often commented. It caused them feelings of jealousy, and sadness.

I would often tell them, are you not working your job secure knowing your child is being care for by someone they trust?


I had one mother tell me her daughter was, "happier to see me, than her."

It was difficult to deal with.

...
 Quoting: Seer777


Hmm, guess my daughter did not really experience that...or did not show it. She was a happy baby and cared for by grandparents instead of daycare while i worked...first day of kindergarden she was happy to just be with other children...she was used to animals being her playmates before that. I would go to pick her up at nanas and papas and she would be riding the goats;-)
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What is the behavior they display as an infant?
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They become agitated and cry.

Toddlers will scream. And often display real fear. Clinginess.

I was lucky, children in my care did not display this behavior, when I was preschool teacher and nanny. They would come to me.

The mothers often commented. It caused them feelings of jealousy, and sadness.

I would often tell them, are you not working your job secure knowing your child is being care for by someone they trust?


I had one mother tell me her daughter was, "happier to see me, than her."

It was difficult to deal with.

...
 Quoting: Seer777


In my honest opinion....

Perhaps not in all cases, but by and large, the parenting provided by the baby boomer generation is an absolute disgrace

They seem to think they own their children.

They seem to think it isn't their only duty to raise the child and ensure that he/she is HAPPY

Not 'successful' as the boomer's definition of success is an example of perfect insanity IMO

But actually HAPPY.....

Why is it that I have learned more about socializing in the six months I have used this forum than in the rest of my life raised by my parents?

'Internet addiction' fails to fully explain it....
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What is the behavior they display as an infant?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1339392


They become agitated and cry.

Toddlers will scream. And often display real fear. Clinginess.

I was lucky, children in my care did not display this behavior, when I was preschool teacher and nanny. They would come to me.

The mothers often commented. It caused them feelings of jealousy, and sadness.

I would often tell them, are you not working your job secure knowing your child is being care for by someone they trust?


I had one mother tell me her daughter was, "happier to see me, than her."

It was difficult to deal with.

...
 Quoting: Seer777


And then they were gone. All of them.

Like a puff of smoke...




Great memories though. I know they will always carry a part of me with them. Whether they remember it or not.

It's there.

:)

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and pure love acts without countenance,,

love,, judges not,,

love is,, as a vibration,, the soil of all growth,,


love is by vibratory tone,,

love is inclusive seperation,,


many seperate self,, within affiliation toward seperation,,



and yet falsehood does starve the seed of watered truths,,


as others are thus also guilded with these prior virtues,,


yet continue,, they shall indeed,,


lest all can be loved,, by,, as equal

as all are soil..

equaled indeed,, as all indeed,,



all are seeded in love,,



much love,,
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Can you point out, and specifically demonstrate the difference between the two?
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Motive.

A man that feels he personally is owed is in it for himself.

A man that knows his DESCENDANTS will be taken care of, and is willing to sacrifice his entire life AND die for the cause, must be incredibly benevolent in his motive.... no?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


It's believed the Tempster/Satan is Augustus Caesar of the Roman Empire. He was worshipped as divine god of Rome, who dominated the holy land at the time.

Luke 2:1,

[link to www.roman-emperors.org]
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and pure love acts without countenance,,

love,, judges not,,

love is,, as a vibration,, the soil of all growth,,


love is by vibratory tone,,

love is inclusive seperation,,


many seperate self,, within affiliation toward seperation,,



and yet falsehood does starve the seed of watered truths,,


as others are thus also guilded with these prior virtues,,


yet continue,, they shall indeed,,


lest all can be loved,, by,, as equal

as all are soil..

equaled indeed,, as all indeed,,



all are seeded in love,,



much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 4479777


Beautiful.

:)


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....

Every step that I take
Is another mistake
To you

....

Can't you see that you're smothering me?
Holding too tightly,
afraid to lose control,
cause everything that you thought I would be
is falling apart, right in front of you.


....
Azeratel Axo

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An entire generation raised, that cheers on the prospect of 'doom'....



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....

You can say anything that you wanna say
But my intention's long gone and turned away
You're such a lie, you were only the enemy
Everything you are, I will deny


....
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Blame shifting is easy.

Try not to find yourself embroiled in said...


Do not blame your elders, pi.

Ones choices are their own.


If it hurts...SEE WHY...


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Can adults have speration disorder? If they can, I got it! And I think my sister does too. Ever since we lost our parents within a year and half of each other, just life in general has been hard to bare..mostly because they are no longer a phone call away or a little drive to visit. Can parents be too good of parents...can they love too much that it devastates a child when death occurs?
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Perhaps it is the pull of the Full Moon. Which is today, correct?

:MeowMoon:
 Quoting: Seer777


Dunno, I have not noticed the emotional surge that normally happens around this time for me, have really put some reigns on them actually :)

How you seerstar, am popping out to see my mate bbl

hugs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23249078


Right now I am feeling irritated.

Indeed.


Enjoy the time with your friend. My partner is leaving for a 3 day bachelor party in a few hours.

This in NOT the source of my irritation. Just to be clear.
 Quoting: Seer777


Then why mention it!

groucho
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Can adults have speration disorder? If they can, I got it! And I think my sister does too. Ever since we lost our parents within a year and half of each other, just life in general has been hard to bare..mostly because they are no longer a phone call away or a little drive to visit. Can parents be too good of parents...can they love too much that it devastates a child when death occurs?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4387447


Yes.


With pets as well, this tendency can be quite prominent.


And no. What is 'too good'?

Death hurts regardless. There is absence without death, which can hurt as well.


Why?


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thankyou see7,,

this one,, is a weaver of consolidation,,

often words,, though not sung,, may resound as such,,


many deny,, seperate,, judge and divide,,

yet the tapistry of love,, weaves all,, into this realities fabric,,


to want to rule over another,, is too accept responsibility for failure,,

as very few are humbled enough,, too crutch their brothers needs as there own,,


the higher the position..

the greator the resposibilty,,


forgotten often by all,, is anothers wants are always greator than self,,



much love,,
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Btw seer...im having organic carrots for supper instead of squirrel. I have fresh fish but thats tomorrow nights supper;-)
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Blame shifting is easy.

Try not to find yourself embroiled in said...


Do not blame your elders, pi.

Ones choices are their own.


If it hurts...SEE WHY...


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WoeOfTheGrind
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm

It hurts because THEY failed.

When do we draw the line?

They will run the world into the ground.... already we are waving nukes at eachother..... once again.

When will they finally grow up?

It isn't just one or two things..... it is the summation....

For example....

They spend $80 billion dollars a year to jail their children for possessing a plant.

How many University bills could that pay for? All of them? Thus giving them much greater security, as well, since their children would be well educated?

Indeed.... and yet they cannot let go of their prejudices that were established in the 60's despite MASSIVE scientific, economical, and social evidence that THEY WERE WRONG.

It isn't shifting the blame....

It is ENFORCING it.
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'Kids these days think the world owes them something for nothing'

'You don't get it; I just have more experience than you'

'Do it. Why? Because I said so'

'You better go to your room right now or I'll give you a spanking young man'


and their battle cry:

'That's just the way it is.'




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Blame shifting is easy.

Try not to find yourself embroiled in said...


Do not blame your elders, pi.

Ones choices are their own.


If it hurts...SEE WHY...


[link to www.youtube.com]

WoeOfTheGrind
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm

It hurts because THEY failed.

When do we draw the line?

They will run the world into the ground.... already we are waving nukes at eachother..... once again.

When will they finally grow up?

It isn't just one or two things..... it is the summation....

For example....

They spend $80 billion dollars a year to jail their children for possessing a plant.

How many University bills could that pay for? All of them? Thus giving them much greater security, as well, since their children would be well educated?

Indeed.... and yet they cannot let go of their prejudices that were established in the 60's despite MASSIVE scientific, economical, and social evidence that THEY WERE WRONG.

It isn't shifting the blame....

It is ENFORCING it.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo



I hear you.

However, it is their backs we stand. It is easy to look down from the top and judge that which stand upon.



[link to www.youtube.com]

It's turtles, all the way down.

So they say.

:)



Hatched
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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'Kids these days think the world owes them something for nothing'

'You don't get it; I just have more experience than you'

'Do it. Why? Because I said so'

'You better go to your room right now or I'll give you a spanking young man'


and their battle cry:

'That's just the way it is.'




[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


not all are like that. Our daughter goes to college and works full time job, sells mary kay and pet sits..plays rec soccer for 3 different teams each week too to stay fit...has her own savings which is quite healthy for her age..she dont look for no handouts...
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....

The sword of justice in your hand
You cut me down, sharp like a blade
You make me want to never trust again
I'm finished with you dragging me through
More lies and deceit that feeds you
I must confess I'm here to kill the pain


....
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she dont look for no handouts...
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No-one does.

All the youth ever asked for was to be able to do what they are good at

We want to LIVE

Even if our parents fell into the grind

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Btw seer...im having organic carrots for supper instead of squirrel. I have fresh fish but thats tomorrow nights supper;-)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2200613


Just carrots?

You may need a bit more than that.


Did you catch the fish?

fishing
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she dont look for no handouts...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2233710


No-one does.

All the youth ever asked for was to be able to do what they are good at

We want to LIVE

Even if our parents fell into the grind
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

But we can't blame them for that can we? It is called culture.

It is called monkey see, monkey do.


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The youth 'rebelled' in the 60s. For good reason.

I am 'that' generation's progeny.

You are the next...

DaisyPetal

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can`t resist tounge

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Blame shifting is easy.

Try not to find yourself embroiled in said...


Do not blame your elders, pi.

Ones choices are their own.


If it hurts...SEE WHY...


[link to www.youtube.com]

WoeOfTheGrind
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm

It hurts because THEY failed.

When do we draw the line?

They will run the world into the ground.... already we are waving nukes at eachother..... once again.

When will they finally grow up?

It isn't just one or two things..... it is the summation....

For example....

They spend $80 billion dollars a year to jail their children for possessing a plant.

How many University bills could that pay for? All of them? Thus giving them much greater security, as well, since their children would be well educated?

Indeed.... and yet they cannot let go of their prejudices that were established in the 60's despite MASSIVE scientific, economical, and social evidence that THEY WERE WRONG.

It isn't shifting the blame....

It is ENFORCING it.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo



I hear you.

However, it is their backs we stand. It is easy to look down from the top and judge that which stand upon.



[link to www.youtube.com]

It's turtles, all the way down.

So they say.

:)



Hatched
 Quoting: Seer777


turtleisland1111
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she dont look for no handouts...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2233710


No-one does.

All the youth ever asked for was to be able to do what they are good at

We want to LIVE

Even if our parents fell into the grind
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

But we can't blame them for that can we? It is called culture.

It is called monkey see, monkey do.

[link to www.youtube.com]

The youth 'rebelled' in the 60s. For good reason.

I am 'that' generation's progeny.

You are the next...

DaisyPetal
 Quoting: Seer777


The 60's failed, the problems were never addressed.

They didn't 'rebel', they danced in the mud and smoked weed.

Honestly.... if it weren't for my faith I'd have killed myself long ago....

They ALLOWED themselves to be seduced by money.

There is no civilization on planet Earth.... just cages with rat-wheels

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No-one does.

All the youth ever asked for was to be able to do what they are good at

We want to LIVE

Even if our parents fell into the grind
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

But we can't blame them for that can we? It is called culture.

It is called monkey see, monkey do.


[link to www.youtube.com]



The youth 'rebelled' in the 60s. For good reason.

I am 'that' generation's progeny.

You are the next...

DaisyPetal
 Quoting: Seer777


I can tell you...having a first name which rhymed with 'Reagan'...was not something I appreciated as a young child.

tounge



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This is the world we live in
And these are the hands were given
Use them and lets start trying
To make it a place worth living in.


InHand


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Even if our parents fell into the grind
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

But we can't blame them for that can we? It is called culture.

It is called monkey see, monkey do.

[link to www.youtube.com]

The youth 'rebelled' in the 60s. For good reason.

I am 'that' generation's progeny.

You are the next...

DaisyPetal
 Quoting: Seer777


The 60's failed, the problems were never addressed.

They didn't 'rebel', they danced in the mud and smoked weed.

Honestly.... if it weren't for my faith I'd have killed myself long ago....

They ALLOWED themselves to be seduced by money.

There is no civilization on planet Earth.... just cages with rat-wheels
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


I think that is selling an entire generation VERY short. In a big WAY.

Look at 'their' Art. The music and literature, thought, which was spawned from that generation...


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