February 02, 2017
- For some of us love was in limited supply growing up. Parents had difficulty expressing feelings towards their children, hugs were in short supply and "I love you" was a phrase reserved for special occasions only. Although it seemed that love was limited in our homes of origin, it doesn't have to be in our current families. Children are not spoiled by being told that they are loved, cherished and appreciated- on the contrary unlimited love creates a strong foundation from which children can flourish as they grow. Our content partner Healthy Children.org has an excellent article on ways that we can let our children know that they are loved, the link for the article is below.