When we see adults’ with nasty behavior, we usually don’t try to imagine why it might have occurred.
It’s easier to say they’re crazy.
Yet, when it comes to our children’s, we are more open to finding out the reason.
In adults or children, there is a common origin: difficult behavior is usually the result of some form of pain, discomfort, hurt, or wound.
May we remember that when we see “strange” behavior. Instead of judging, we can try to investigate the reasons.