Why it is important for parents to say sorry too

As it is said, ‘charity begins at home.’ Parents and guardians teach the young ones from as early as they can speak to say the words sorry, because they know the importance of that word. Personally I feel that the word SORRY brings healing. Sorry is a very profound and important word. I cannot even begin to imagine or explain of how many people old and young, generation from generation who are waiting patiently on that five letter word to begin to heal.

However, how ironic is that when the tables are turned at most times you will not find parents apologising to their children. For example when they break their promises and fail to fulfil their duties or be it hurting the children’s feelings. To the reader as a parent/guardian do you ever say sorry to your children? Or are you one those parents/guardian who say ‘I am older and wiser and perfect.’ All I can say is if you think the children are too young to understand you might be mistaken.

In the same manner you have taught the young ones to say sorry, I am here to remind you that you are not perfect. I encourage every parent/guardian to take a few minutes to hear my reflection at

Reflection 2 – Violence in families.

AS A PARENT/GUARDIAN DO YOU EVER SAY SORRY TO YOUR CHILDREN? IF YOU THINK THEY ARE TOO YOUNG TO UNDERSTAND YOU MIGHT BE MISTAKEN. I encourage every parent/guardian to take a few minutes to hear my reflection. It can save your family or children.To those who are ready to start relationships, please reflect on your family or partner's family's upbringing. Just in case you were exposed to domestic abuse and violence. Its the little things that matter.To those in abusive relationships, have you ever wondered why you ended up abused or abusing? FEEL FREE TO COMMENT, ASK MORE OR SHARE

Posted by A meditation on domestic violence and abuse on Saturday, November 18, 2017

This video can save your family or children. To those young adults who are ready to start relationships, please reflect on your family or partner’s family’s upbringing. Just in case you or they were exposed to domestic abuse and violence. It’s the little things that matter.

To those in abusive relationships, have you ever wondered why you ended up abused or abusing?

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