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Parental Unconditional Love Quotes By Michael Sandel

The norm of unconditional parental love, I think, depends on the fact that we don't pick and choose the traits of our children in the way that we pick and choose the features of a car we might order, or a consumer good. — Michael Sandel

Parental Unconditional Love Quotes By David Jeremiah

Parental love is unconditional, and so is God's love. No matter what a child of God has done against Him, or feels he or she has done that cannot be forgiven, God still loves that wondering soul. — David Jeremiah

Parental Unconditional Love Quotes By Gordon Neufeld

Unconditional parental love is the indespensible nutrient for the child's healthy emotional growth. The first task is to create space in the child's heart for the certainty that she is precisely the person the parents want and love. She does not have to do anything or be any different to earn that love - in fact, she cannot do anything, since that love cannot be won or lost ... The child can be ornery, unpleasant, whiny, uncooperative, and plain rude, and the parent still lets her feel loved. Ways have to be found to convey the unacceptability of certain behaviors without making the child herself feel unaccepted. She has to be able to bring her unrest, her least likable characteristics to the parent and still receive the parent's absolutely satisfying, security-inducing unconditional love. — Gordon Neufeld

Parental Unconditional Love Quotes By Auliq Ice

Family is your most reliable source of support in any situation because love from your family is unconditional. — Auliq Ice

Parental Unconditional Love Quotes By Jeanette Winterson

Unconditional love is what a child should expect from a parent even though it rarely works out that way. — Jeanette Winterson