Letter to a DF Parent
- Whoa! I had no idea the OP was an object lesson and not about its poster. I appreciate the clarification but the poster's subsequent blunt expressions are baffling and suggest people can be shamed into moving on. Describing people in pain as "whinny" reflects a limited understanding of how psychological pain works and over-simplifies how it can be addressed.
Having no natural affection, ... having an appearance of godliness but proving false to its power - 2 Timothy 3:3, 5
Four kids all raised the same and yet one can't forgive...the 'Christian' one.
"Having no natural affection..."
indeed Oubliette. I recieved a private message from TDS and have nothing else to say except that I hope he finds peace with himself and his mother. He'd be a happier camper if he let go of the anger.
- Steve2, this person IS in psychological pain. This is just his way of expressing it I think.
Thanks fiddler. Context is important!