Imagining Palestine's Children As Our Own

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We’re used to those comparisons made about physical traits: He has his father’s eyes, she has her mother’s hair. Children usually grow up hearing them. But seeing a child’s behavior or personality traits through the lens of the parents’ childhood can interfere with our ability to know who our child really is himself or herself. Seeing certain things in our child that we identify with ourselves at times makes us feel proud. On the other hand, if it is something we don’t like about ourselves — or our mate — it can lead us to misread its significance for the child, and to respond in negative ways.

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