It is imperative to understand, if there are other siblings in your family who can obey you, as parent(s) and follow instructions, for the tasks, do not compare them to your other child with autism. By doing this it will create a negativity and not bring forth you, as a positive parent.
“In My Daughter’s Eyes” tells the story of a Mother rediscovering “what life is all about through daughter’s eyes”. While we expect that typically the parent hands down lessons to the child, this song reveals that the child offers life lessons to the parent as well. Lessons in equality, peace, strength and perseverance are reciprocal gifts between Mother and Child.
The parent child relationship of different types of parents varies based on established social mores. Korean parents will not have the same relationship as urban Americans regardless of their race. Parents who lived four or five centuries ago certainly didnt have the same type of relationship with their children as parents today. The idea of what is normal is established by the mores of the society that the families exist in.
Some men love their wives but have no love for the wife child (or children), because the child did not come from their loins. In creating a home we must also remember that the child did not asked to be here on earth, we create them and so we are responsible for them take care of them if they are biological or “step”. Being a “step” father has been a joy for me, not saying I am perfect in that area, but my wisdom comes from my Mom who had to deal with step children and did her best to let them feel like they belong to her! If you are a “step” mother or father then be careful what you call your other half child or children, cause they can be just a “step” away from leaving home. First and foremost the foundation of the home is builded by the parents. They first must show love and respect for each other and then as we teach they will see it already in action by the parents and then they will follow.
As Dr. Wayne W. Dyer stated that one of the worst things a parents does to a child is to criticize the child. Dr. Dyer maintains that parental criticism destroys the child emotionally and psychologically. Dr. Dyer further advises parents to order to make a child more self confident and independent, always find something right with him/her instead of finding something ALWAYS wrong with the child.