679Re: Indigo Children...off topic still
- Jul 11, 2002Are we allowed to wander off topic to any great length? Because this
is an interesting topic to me and there is much I could say, but I
wonder if that's okay?
We could e-mail off the board, if you like.
--- In meditationsocietyofamerica@y..., lesley_j2001 <no_reply@y...>
> I think there is a lot of validity to your point. What I can'thaving
> reconcile, though is that many parents of indigo children are
> trouble disciplining their kids. Did parents in previousgenerations
> have the same issues as mentioned in the book? I wonder why thatparents
> style worked then, but it isn't working now? Is it that more
> are opting for a different style and getting different results,parents
> which makes children parented with the former style different? I
> wonder if we are seeing a split between parents who read all the
> latest parenting books and have changed their style to match the
> latest experts' recommendations versus those who do as their
> did? Is it that psychologists now have tests that assess behaviors
> that may have existed before but were not assessable at that time?
> Many unanswered questions for me.
> PS sorry for the implications that the former style is *wrong.* It
> worked for an entire generation of families so it must have been
> okay. I am a product of that generation. My mom is 73. I think I
> turned out pretty much okay <g>. I just couldn't find a way to
> express myself without the implied undertone.
> --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@y..., "kmckenzie92765"
> <kathleenm@y...> wrote:
> > >
> >My initial take on the book is to wonder whether the children
> > have really changed or whether a sufficient number of adults have
> > awakened (or been educated) to "see" realities in our children
> > have always been there.
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