When a Toy Became a “Significant Other” to a Child…

This, is truly, very TRAGIC, if you think about it…

When a toy became a “significant other” to a child, the child is left, without the PROPER emotional and/or physical supports from her/his adult counterpart.

When a toy became a “significant other” to a child, then, the parents of this child aren’t doing their JOBS right, and yeah, maybe, the parents would excuse themselves: I have to work, as a single parent, if I don’t work, we won’t have food and all the other necessities that we need! When a toy became a “significant other” to a child, the child has NO one else s/he can share her/his thoughts and feelings with, and naturally, s/he’s going to look for the ONLY THING that listens, and in which case, the kid turns to her/his toys for comfort.

yeah, so he’s got EVERY single car there is, but, is he, happy???  Not my photo…

When a toy became a “significant other” to a child, what, can you do? There’s, NOTHING to be done, you GOD DAMN stupid parents, your kid no longer trusted you to be there for her/him, that, is why s/he had, turned to the inanimate object, to pour her/his heart AND soul out to, and, you are, LOUSY parents!

When a toy became a “significant other” to a child, then, the child won’t have the PROPER socializations, interactions with her/his own adult counterparts, which will then, lead to them, NOT being developed properly in the mindset as her/him gets older, and that, will just be, the beginning of that slippery slope you’re all, headed down……………

not my photograph…

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About taurusingemini

All I have to say, I've already said it, and, let's just say, that I'm someone who's ENDURED through a TON of losses in my life, and I still made it to the very top of MY game here, TADA!!!
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