Miss Your Childhood Love – We often wonder why the world continues to miss childhood love. Surely, it must be simple and intuitive that we want to share these magical times of growing up with our children. So how do we foster this kind of love?
Miss Your Childhood Love – First Eye Contact
It all starts with eye contact. For some reason, when we were children, we became aware of the need to share the experience of life with other people. So why not use this as a tool to create a lifelong bond with our children? Make eye contact!
When it comes to eye contact, we need to avoid our eyes from crossing or from looking away. If we find ourselves crossing our eyes or turning away from someone, they are too early and this would probably never work. Eye contact is one of the most important things for creating a connection between children and their parents.
Another step we can take to foster eye contact with our children is to respond in a non-threatening way. If you keep your voice low and your body language relaxed, your child will feel comfortable enough to connect with you. They will see this as an opportunity to express themselves and their needs to you.
The last step to creating love through eye contact is to focus your attention on each other. One great way to do this is to spend a few minutes together doing things together like listening to music or playing a board game. Then, slowly, remove yourself from the situation and keep the conversation going with your child. This is an excellent way to bond with your child and foster a sense of confidence in them that they can communicate their feelings without you saying a word.
The truth is, eye contact can be so important to creating a loving connection with your children. Just because you are grown up doesn’t mean you have to be unfeeling and distant. A great way to make sure that you are really connecting is to remember how you felt when you were a child. Spend as much time as you can connect with your children.
To get started, start by spending just a little time looking into each other’s eyes. I know it may seem a little strange at first, but over time, your kids will catch on and you’ll be rewarded with this special kind of love. It isn’t magic, but it will certainly go a long way to making your bond stronger.
Start Connecting in Positive ways
Start talking about something you’ve enjoyed doing as a child that you wanted to pass on to your children. Remember to keep eye contact and be non-threatening, even if you do fall in love with a certain activity or hobby.
Finally, let me tell you a secret that will put you in touch with deep feeling and future success: when you communicate and connect with each other in loving and nurturing ways, this is how you can build a bond of love with your children. By connecting to each other in these ways, you can begin the process of developing a strong relationship that will make your lives better, both as parents and as children.
Many of the most successful people in the world started by starting to connect in positive ways. I had a similar experience when I was younger. I grew up feeling disconnected, unfulfilled and self-conscious.