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

Having a child with the disorder of autism, often brings about unwanted feelings of emotions. You would prefer to resist and hide these feelings of emotions, rather than to evaluate how your emotions influence your child who is autistic. Remember, this kind of action only pushes these emotions away and they will resurface again, to be dealt with. You are probably going through many emotional hills and valleys with your child. Therefore, it is wise to evaluate your emotions, to find out how they are influencing your child with autism.

The purpose of emotions are not to hide them, not to push them away so they are never to be dealt with. The purpose of your emotions are, how they influence your child with autism, by using them as a barometer to indicate whether your life is flowing and balanced. This will produce positive results, that affect your child. Do not be afraid of your emotions, but learn what they are indicating and the results they are giving and creating.

If you want a close connected relationship with your autistic child, you have to be willing to understand your child with his or her emotions. In addition, evaluate how they influence your child and you. If you plan to dissolve your thoughts, emotions and desires, they will become unmet. If you pretend, and hope your emotions will disappear and everything will turn out to be a happy ending, it is not possible.

I remember when I was a child and I had a toy called the Jack-in-the-box, I loved that toy, but I never knew when the Jack would burst out of the box right in my face. It was an experience that was never certain, but always a surprise attack. This example illustrates, when you choose to hide and push your emotions away, you know they will appear again and blow up in your face, as my Jack-in-the-box did. Therefore, evaluate how your emotions influence your child with autism.

It is imperative to know, when you keep your emotions unattended, you never know when they will appear on the surface again, or what they will indicate. This will influence your child with autism and give the end result, to negative emotions.

I have discovered the best way to keep your emotions from appearing over and over again, is to evaluate them. Be aware of what you are feeling and take action by attending to them, as they come up. Taking this action, will prevent them from blowing up in your face.

When you are angry, frustrated, upset, not thinking clearly, it is wise to resolve those emotions as soon as possible, evaluate them, and find out how they influence your child. An important key, is to listen to your child and speak about the issue with open thoughts and not harsh words. By doing this, you will find you will have a better understanding of how to evaluate your emotions and how they influence your autistic child.

What will you do to evaluate your emotions, and how they influence your autistic child? How will this help you and your family to learn how to have a better, more peaceful relationship with your child? Are you willing not to push your emotions away, but use them as barometer to indicate how your life is flowing? Are you willing to listen to your child, and respond with an open heart, when your emotions are out of control?

Get honest; look deep inside. List not one but two, three, four or five different emotions or more. Ask yourself where each one of them came from, what is behind them all. How will these feelings of emotions influence your child with autism when you evaluate them?

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