That is why we very often have spoiled and aggressive children in dysfunctional families and with selfish parents.
Children, since they cannot defend themselves against the accumulated negative energy in order to get rid of it, become rude and aggressive, because they try to get it out of themselves. Everyone knows that happy children are those to whom parents give attention, understanding and love, and well-behaved children are full of understanding and gentleness. This is because they are full of positive energy and positive feelings. Unhappy children who are not given attention, understanding and love, and some are verbally and / or physically abused, means that they are constantly exposed to negative energy, they can only get rid of it by aggression. Due to their ignorance of the environment in which they grow up, people consider them spoiled, disbanded and rude children.
Disbanded children are a great danger to raised children because they have not had much opportunity to be exposed to the negative energy of violence and do not know how to deal with it because they do not understand it. Disbanded children direct their helplessness and anger from which they cannot move in the parental home towards well-behaved loving children. Disbanded children try to cleanse their body full of negative energy with aggression directed towards good children. By such behavior, they show their jealousy, and partly their hatred, because they were not enabled such a happy childhood.
All children came to this world, after all, all of us, to be fulfilled and learned through love. All children, when they incarnate, are full of love and thus want to grow up. Love fulfills. Thanks to love, boundless creative positive energy, all of our humanity survives. Nothing that had a destructive character like war and pandemics has ever survived. It only destroyed the human race. There is no love in such an attitude, because such an attitude stems from destructive negative energies such as greed, hatred, ego expression, and selfishness. It destroys.
It is understandable that children want to grow up in a healthy loving environment, we all want that. In case they don’t get it from their parents, they want to steal that love, positive energy wherever they can. If they know that their parent will buy them whatever they want and that they will be with them in some way, they are persistently looking for things they do not need, but tie them to their parents. Children often, in order to get closer to their parents, want to sleep between them or show up in their bed in the morning. If they do not receive love and understanding from their parents, they resort to physical (beating other children) and verbal (swearing, insulting) aggression. If their parents punish them by beating them, the children often retaliate with the same measure, and then the parent punishes them even more.
Nowadays, when little attention is still paid to the reason for children’s misbehavior, and given the growing number of divorces, while society wants to keep the family as community, it is neglected to help abused children in families. These children are victims of today’s society. As assistance to abused children is neglected, there are more and more disbanded, unhappy children who terrorize everyone around them with their aggression. This is how delinquents, gangs and aggressive behavior towards everything from the environment arise. Such people are psychically unstable when they grow up, which is why it is said that disbanded children are usually children of disbanded parents. Psychically unstable people direct their internal aggression, helplessness, suffering and pain that they carry with them from childhood to physical and verbal abuse of spouses and children, then office colleagues, friends, and people they meet on a daily basis.
No wonder that when children raised in this way grow up they become addicts, murderers or robbers. No wonder these children never want to hear about their parents again, or behave rudely and aggressively towards them.
Be kind to your children. Guide them with a lot of understanding and love to build a healthy society.
“There is no clearer picture of the soul of a society than the way it treats its children.” – Nelson Mendela, former President of the Republic of South Africa
At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked him, „Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?“ And he called the little child, and set him by them, and said, „Verily I say unto you, except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.“ Matthew 18: 1-3