• Essential Joseph Chilton Pearce 18
    Bonding, Innate Trust & Mutual Respect
    trust, bonding, parenting
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    The prevailing assumption therefore is that the child’s behavior must be modified changed, controlled by adults and their intellectual ideas which is, of course, totally against nature’s plan. And if the child senses there is no trust on either level, not trusting themselves or the adult model, their own parents. For a child to not trust their own parents is a child that lives psychologically abandoned from the terrible two’s right up to the terrible teens.