Parent Child Relationship Problems How To Deal
Are you having problems with your parents or with your own kids? The parent-child relationship is one of the most beautiful relationships one can have in life, and it is one that comes naturally for every person. Unlike romantic relationships which have to be found, developed, and maintained, a parent-child relationship is simply present, is natural, and is constant. There is no such thing as breakups, and sometimes this is not always a good thing.
In friendships and relationships, people tend to deal with problems more easily because they know they have a way out at any time. The fear of losing someone can also lead a person to see resolution to relationship problems.
Parent child relationship problems, however, are dealt with very differently. Often, people take this relationship for granted and just let the problems pile up.
How can you save your relationship with a parent or a kid despite all the inevitable problems and disagreements that may come?
1. Resolve problems individually and immediately. Since parents and kids cannot possibly leave each others lives, problems are usually neglected or buried. In time these develop into bigger messes and huge gaps between them, sometimes even without their knowledge. And because of the longer length of the relationships, there are more chances to develop problems. Each of these problems should be tackled individually and immediately once they come up.
2. Find complete healing. If problems are not immediately resolved, they may get stored up in each others subconscious mind, along with negative feelings such as anger, distrust, doubt, fear, and even hatred towards the other party.
If these negative feelings are given the chance to take root in the subconscious, they will direct habits and behaviors. For example, a person who always received negative comments about his abilities from his parents may not have enough motivation and confidence in himself. Therefore, he does not perform well in school.
And if the smallest seed of anger takes root, a child can grow up with a subliminal anger towards his or her parent. When provoked, this anger can come up at any time through his actions and words, thus further damaging the relationship.
Once these elements reach the subconscious, the only way to uproot them is through subliminal programming. This will reprogram the mind and reset it to its natural state where positive thoughts and feelings such as love for parents/child, appreciation for each other, and so on prevail.
3. Develop open communication. Both sides should be willing to communicate. An openly communicative relationship between parents and children can help them form a closer bond. They are not just parents and children; they get to know each other on a personal level. This is the ideal parent-child relationship, and it can help prevent many possible problems from driving a gap between the two parties.
But communication skills dont come naturally for everyone. This is why you should also consider the use of subliminal messaging designed to improve communication skills. This is the use of audio or video containing subliminal messages that are created to organize and open up the mind and make it more able to direct healthy communications.