PapaGlow: Loving Without Attachment

Updated: Feb 16, 2019

Remember that first moment your child was placed into your arms after birth? Of course you do! Every parent understands that instantaneous bond when you feel a love so powerful it literally takes your breath away.


Remember that first moment your child was placed into your arms after birth? Of course you do! Every parent understands that instantaneous bond when you feel a love so powerful it literally takes your breath away.


Mamas begin to feel this connection in the womb. A fierce sense of love, protection, and commitment are established almost as soon as a woman is told she’s pregnant. But admittedly, for us Papas, it’s when we first lay eyes and hold the miracle of life we’ve just created together with our partner. In that moment, the love is so pure.


As our children grow, it’s important to remember the innocence of this love. As their personalities ego develop, it can be difficult for parents to acknowledge the difference between their own wants and desires versus those of their children. It’s okay to want things for your child. But, when desire turns into attachment, both children and parents suffer.


What if your desire for them is “better” than what you think they desire for themselves? That, Mamas, isattachment. Who are we to say that what we desire is better for them? There is a universal plan in play that requires our trust and faith, even when we think otherwise.


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