For a parent “letting go” of their children can feel counterintuitive. After all, they’re the same beings that you’re instinctively programmed to want to take care of, and protect. Children are made of the same being as their parents and their connection is one that exceeds all others.
For that reason for some parents, it can feel impossible to let their children go in a world that they can no longer control, knowing the risk of harm is in every corner. Yet still, for their childrens’ own good, they must. So even when your whole purpose seems to be to protect a child, here’s how to learn to let go of them as they grow.
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Emotional Vs. Wise Parenting
There is a difference between wise-minded parenting and emotional parenting. While a parent can’t fight the emotions attached to their child, if they let those emotions take over and dictate their parenting, they risk making unwise decisions.
Wise parenting on the other hand knows how to detach from emotional responses to provide better parenting. For example, wise parenting knows not to cave to a child’s demands just because it’s hard to watch them cry. The more wise parenting you can implement, the more you’ll naturally be able to recognize the importance and timing of letting go of a child.