Evaluate How Your Emotions Influence Your Child With Autism---Part One

If you are parent(s), caregiver(s), who are putting on armor to avoid evaluating how your emotions influence your child with autism, and as such are not aware of the difficult, painful situations, that you are facing, you are keeping your joy blocked. You have feelings and emotions, as well as your child with autism. If you are repressing your emotions in any area of your life, and expect other parts of your life to be going in a balanced way, it is impossible.

I was taught with my brother and his diagnoses, if I felt any kind of emotions, I was instructed not to express them. There are times when our society does not encourage you to be an individual, which gives you permission to feel and express your emotions. In addition, by not expressing your emotions, this will affect and influence your child with the disorder of autism. It is wise to acquire and obtain acknowledge, so you can express your emotions, as they come. As you do this, you will be evaluating how your emotions influence your child with autism.

You can evaluate your emotions by taking time to go within yourself, by writing and keeping a journal, being quiet, taking a walk, going to a park to be alone, walking in a colorful serene garden or the woods. In addition, listening to smooth calm music will help. Taking action, by getting in touch with your emotions, will help you to evaluate how they influence your child.

It is imperative to update yourself with new knowledge, to enjoy laughter everyday, spend time in thought, have your emotions moved to tears, especially if they are tears of joy or happiness, tears filled with passion and connection. Remove the armor that is surrounding you, and allow yourself to feel what your child is feeling.

Evaluating your emotions and how they influence your child with autism will be advantageous in understanding your child and you, as parent(s) and caregiver(s). You will become stronger and have a healthier relationship with your child.

Remember, children usually are influenced by their parent(s), or caregiver(s). You set the example for your child. If you want a positive and healthy relationship, take time to evaluate your emotions and how they influence your child with autism.

Learn to be in touch with your emotions and how they do influence your child. For example: If you become angry, how do these emotions affect your child with autism? Is there a more productive and positive way to handle your anger? You may want to consider what caused the angry emotions? Will you be able to direct those emotions, to another area, in a more productive, diverse way, to eliminate those angry emotions?

You may want to keep a journal and write down the areas of what causes your emotions to become out of control. Then write down, how it affects your child with his or her moods, and how it affects their productivity to be and live in a healthy environment and grow.

Have you thought about keeping a daily journal of your emotions and how to evaluate them? Are you willing to process your emotions and check on them, as to how they influence your child with the disorder of autism? Do you want to be patient and take the time to listen to your child and understand him or her? These are thoughts that you might want to take into consideration to evaluate how your emotions influence your child with autism.

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This article was published on 21 Sep 2010 and has been viewed 307 times
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