Your Child Is Not Acting the Way You Would Like Them To. Would You Consider Driving Them Far Off Into the Woods and Leaving Them There?
*I ask you to please watch all of the videos to get a full understanding of the message I am trying to convey in this post. The longest one is the first one which is a little over 4 minutes, but worth the watch. The other two are less than two minutes long. So here we go…
You got married, had a baby, and oh what hopes and dreams you have for them. You enjoyed those precious years when they were young and still listened to you. Then, it happens…they become a teenager or a young adult. They no longer listen to you. Maybe they are hanging around the wrong crowd, or have an addiction, or got someone pregnant, or committed a crime. Maybe all you do is fight with them. They cause you so much frustration, money, time. So here you are, decision time. Do you stick with it and try to help them through this the best you can? They are, of course, a member of your family.
Please take a moment to watch this video and then continue on with the post.
(Some of you may have seen this video in my post “Do Dogs Have Feelings?”, but I think it’s worth a second watch)
In this video, here is a member of a family who, in their eyes, was causing some trouble and was a bother. So, their answer was dumping him far off in the woods to fend for himself.
When there are accidents, behavior issues, sickness, and when “someone” isn’t acting they way we want them to or things don’t go as smoothly as we would like, we can learn a lesson from this next video.
You find a solution to make EVERYONE happy!
At this time of year, many people give an animal as a gift. This is something that takes careful consideration and preparation. It is not something to take lightly or to do on a whim. It is a lifetime commitment. They are like children, they depend on us to care for them, to teach them, and to have patience with them. They are not disposable. They deserve a lifetime with a family like in this video below.
Give your pet a hug today! And whatever they are going through, stick with them. They are depending on you.
Please consider sharing this post. Not for my sake, but for all of the animals out there who might be given as a random gift this Christmas. Thank you!