Friday, May 27, 2011


In my blog yesterday, I did not mean to make a concrete statement about natural disasters. I meant to say that most of the natural disasters are not the fault of human beings. I was not clear as I was emotional. It is true that a lot of natural disasters could have been prevented if we did not disturb the natural rhythm by messing with nature. I have to thank one of the readers who pointed out this fact. I do not intend to show disrespect to my elders by blaming things on nature alone.

I understand that psychology is not a perfect science, but at the same time I think we can still strive to know our kids so we can do parenting the best we can.


Belle said...

I understood what you mean, Munir. When one of my grandsons was showing signs of violence against himself and others we tried to get him help. The hospital turned us away and there was no rehab center who would take him without him agreeing to it. We were helpless.

Things got way worse before they finally began getting better. He did end up hurting someone before he got off drugs. He is fine now, going to jail smartened him up, but it would have been nice if he could have had counselling in a hospital. Maybe none of that would have happened.

Cheryl said...

It has been such a year of natural disasters I think it's affecting us all. I came for a look from your comment on Whispering Pines and I love the name of your blog and it seems debate is lively and topics interesting so am following.