I don't think so. In fact I can recall my own feelings and thoughts about love when I was a child. Even before beginning school. I was full of love for all things. I realized that adults were afraid of love. I remember seeing how they would act towards one another and would call that Love. I couldn't figure out though why my pure feelings and thoughts on love contrasted with what I saw adults say what love was.
I still struggle with the reasoning I see behind our grownups for giving excuses for love. I hear some people say "So and so if jealous because he/she love me so much"
NO! I don't think so. I say that extreme jealousy is not a result of Loving someone. Doing bad things to one another is not a result of loving either. Those are results of an immature or damaged ego.
I feel that our children already know love. And all they need is that thought or feeling gently guided as they mature. So they are left with the pure form of love as they become adults.
I once thought that love was making me week. I found that that was false. Love is love and is pure strength. If you feel as though you are more vulnerable when you're in love with someone. Or just love them. It's not because of your love. It's because of your immature ego and the bad ideas provided to you as you grew up learning about the false external effects of love from those immature adult egos around you.
Lets only guide our children as they mature on what love really is. And shy away from trying to change how they feel and think about love.
With Valentine's day coming up , lets show our children that love is every day. And that Valentine's day isn't the only day to love someone.
Some children fall victim to this bad idea on this lovely holiday. Since not every child gets that special valentines day card. Or maybe one of the kids in class got more than the other. This I feel sets our children up for negative thoughts on love.
Sure it can teach them that you don't always get what you want. However I think we could find another day to corrupt our childrens emotions.
Since "Not always getting what we want" has nothing to do with love.
In my own opinion anyways...
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