Rebellion – Your Child
Your children didn’t ask for what has happened to them.
Children rebel because they hurt on the inside and can’t always handle the hurt in proper ways.
Your child is probably hurt and doesn’t know how to handle the hurt.
The only thing that overcomes rebellion is your unwavering LOVE to your rebellious child.
It will take time. Love is not instant. Love takes time to take hold. Love will have the final say.
Rebellion is one of the cries for help from a child in crisis.
Children rebel in both single parent families and traditional two parent families.
The level of rebellion can increase with time, the longer it goes untreated.
You may need to get professional therapy if your child is rebellious.
Your child’s rebellion usually disappears when the cause of their rebellion is identified and treated.
Your child may rebel against you due to their confusion with what all is happening in their lives at the moment.
Remember, hurting people hurt other people.
“I went through a period of great rebellion within my family, when I was about 9 or 10. I was mad, I had no focus, had no real interest in anything, and so I started to do things that were just rebellious and stupid.” Kevin Spacey