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Michael Laitman, PhD

A Single, Whole Body

Parents should relate to their child as a single body, not as two separate parents. The child mustn’t see differences between the father and the mother. It is not good for children to believe they can “toy” with the mother’s feelings.

It is true that we are talking about children’s education and not about parents’ education, but we must understand that everything is done through the parents, through the right environment. This could include the grandfather, grandmother, an uncle or an aunt—anyone in the child’s vicinity.

It’s very important that children do not feel any differences among those surrounding them. They must understand that everyone is treating them exactly the same.

Naturally, a child perceives a father and a mother differently, but parents must display a straightforward, sincere, proper, and equal approach toward every issue.

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