Insecurities and distrust are rampant in relationships. It is not uncommon to lose trust in someone, but relaying that information to someone else could have a devastating effect upon the person whom you choose to report and discuss that information. Sometime adults confide in their minor children. Children do not process information in the same manner as adults. As a consequence, minor children could fall into a false sense of loyalty and lose their emotional balance in the process.
We can make it so much easier for children by being their adult caregiver / parent, and by seeking other trustworthy Christian adults for personal advice. It is very simple: Children have enough to manage as it is, and are thus not able to handle the adversities of adults.
Our ability to relate to and protect children will make a world of differences in their natural and spiritual growth and their abilitiy to handle their later adult struggles.
Excerpts from "Unresolved, The Blessings of A Resolved Lifestyle."
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