Teaching Your Children the True Definition of Abandonment

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Raising securely attached children is a beautiful thing and will protect them in innumerable ways.

But there is one thing that it does render them vulnerable to. That is people who are manipulative enough to pray upon their loyalty and love.

Securely attached people are remarkably compassionate and caring and don't want anyone to suffer.

So as parents we need to equip them with the knowledge of how to identify abuse in their lives AND what healthy mutual commitment is and isn't.

Especially for our girls who are targeted in tremendous ways by partners who seek control, make sure your kids know that leaving a bad situation is not abandoning someone.


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