Care | Child | Children | Concern | Family | Interest | Love | Parental Concern

When the late Channing Pollock, the playwright, was a child, he was taken by his parents to a party. A little girl was present. The children played together until they ran out of ideas, when young Channing said to the girl, “Let’s hide behind this curtain and maybe no one will know we are here.” “Maybe no one will care,” she replied. That is about the saddest reply a child can make. “Maybe no one will care.” You may not be big on hugging or kissing, though every child needs that in abundance, but somehow it is essential for a parent to communicate his or her love.

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