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Title: The use of critical words to our child within are as painful and damaging as being physically hit.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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The use of critical words to our child within are as painful and damaging as being physically hit. They are verbal slaps in the face. Usua...
The use of critical words to our child within are as painful and damaging as being physically hit. They are verbal slaps in the face. Usually, critical words are accompanied by threats, name-calling, and yelling. This verbal abuse can be especially damaging. Insulting names echo in a child’s mind over and over again until he comes to believe he is indeed stupid, selfish, lazy, or ugly and that in fact, that is all we are.

Along with criticism from a parent comes the threat of the loss of that parent’s love. Children are totally dependent on their parents, and so a hypercritical parent continually threatens his or her child’s sense of security. This, in turn, has a tremendous effect on our child within’s developing sense of self.

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