At a young age, we learn to fear angry parents, teachers, siblings and friends. Inadvertently, we discover the ways of our society. The strongest member with the most authority or power gets the prize.
I am in distress about hearing another child is injured by a parent or someone they love. The frustration runs rampant through my head because I have no answers. If we are upset it triggers less appreciation for what we have. How can we give answers when our security is threatened. It is painful to worry about our sense of well-being when threats are part of our world. Such is the case for many children.