# Don’tBlameTheChild

 

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Blame the child for everything that goes wrong.

Blame the child as you have parental rights on them.

Blame the child as you are afraid to stand for him/her.

Blame the child as you are afraid of the truth and society.

Blame the child as you are incapable of the worth of his/her dreams.

Blame the child as he/she dares to live life the way he/she wants.

Blame the child as he/she does something you can’t even imagine to do.

Blame the child as he/she isn’t living the life you want.

Blame the child as he/she wouldn’t hurt your emotions and have the courage to move a step without your permission.

Blame the child as he/she fails and get cheated and get hurt and falls prey to betrayal just like you experienced.

Blame the children as you can’t love them for who they are.

 

# BraveParents #Sarcasm #LoveTheChild

 

You get every right to bring the child up

You get every right to teach him/her the way of the world

You get every right to teach how to dwell in the world

You get every right to teach how to keep safe in a world full of hatred and crime.

You get every right to teach the child what life is about.

 

The child is not a reflection of you.

The child is not the dream you dreamt but couldn’t fulfill.

The child doesn’t live in the world you lived once.

The child hasn’t come to fulfill your incomplete projects.

The child isn’t going to wait for your love and respect.

 

Don’t blame the child for each and everything that goes wrong.

Don’t blame the child for each and every mistake he/she commits.

Don’t blame the child for not liking the book you liked once or not liking a show you love to watch.

Don’t blame the child for not loving the profession you love.

Don’t blame the child for loving the stuff you don’t.

Don’t blame the child for living the dream he/she loves.

Don’t blame the child for not living the life the society approves of.

Don’t blame the child for having an opinion of his/her own.

Don’t blame the child for leaving your home.

Don’t blame the child for choosing to live the life he/she loves.

 

 

©ananyagoswami

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