Restoring Force

March 8, 2010 5:53am CST
When someone is not well treated by others, he may become angry or swear at people, what's worse, after some unpleasant things happen, he has to give up the relationship at last. When a child is disobedient which will make his parents suffer a lot, sometimes they may fly into a rage, but after they ease their anger, they love the child as usual and the emotion has hardly change. Can we attribute it to the parents have a restoring force?
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@JJ4Ever (4696)
• United States
8 Mar 10
I believe that sometimes we can give parents the credit, but sometimes it can be the children who "cool off" faster and go to the parents to apologize. I know for me, after a fight with my parents I sometimes would go to them first to restore the relationship, and therefore, there authority over me because I knew that I need to be respectful of them.
@ladygator (3469)
• United States
8 Mar 10
I think so, and that is our job as parents. We are here to raise and nurture our children. So to get angry but then to ease up and explain the moral of the issue it can restore force. But the main issue is to remain at the top of this, and not fly into a rage at all.