A quote from a parent-child couple who have experienced the reality of pain for their child.
So when my daughter’s first tooth came in (well, it’s coming in now), she was screaming and trying to bite her pillow. She was so upset by the pain, she cried for an hour. But she finally calmed down after her mom calmed her down. As the saying goes, “It’s the little things that make life worth living.” It was the little things that brought her to the brink of tears. I felt the same way.
The little things that make life worth living.
This is a popular quote. It’s not a bad thing that it is a quote, but I think its a bit misleading. This is especially true when considering the reality of child pain. It’s not like you can’t be happy without knowing your child is hurting. The only thing I can think of is that you can be happy, but not when you’re in pain.
I think the quote is good, but I think it is a bit misleading because it implies that there is no point to life. The only thing I can think of is that pain is a part of life and we cannot live without pain. For me, its a statement of fact. I do not think pain is life. The point is to not lose hope, to not be broken by pain. The quote does not say that.
Pain is a part of life, but it’s not the whole of life. In fact, if you think of the pain of suffering as a part of life, then you will not be able to find pleasure in anything else. Pain is a symptom of life, but it doesn’t define life. Just like when you get a headache, you don’t know what it is, so don’t look for a cure. Life is pain. Life cannot be painless.
So many people live in pain because they feel they have too many things on their plate to do, or because they feel like they’re not enough of a pain in the ass. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy, because people who feel as if they’re just too busy to take care of themselves tend to be anxious, depressed, or otherwise emotionally dead.
What good does a lot of pain do, unless you can use it to get what you wish to get? Pain is the only thing that can motivate us to do what we want to do. If that doesn’t motivate you, then you aren’t motivated. And if you are not motivated, then you are not going to do anything about it.
Pain is the only thing that moves us. A lot of our actions are motivated by pain. And when you see a child in pain, you just want to help. There are times when a parent can put their child in pain to get them to do something that will alleviate their pain, but there are also times when they cant. I grew up with an alcoholic mother. She didn’t have any issues with pain but she didn’t want to take care of her children.
The problem is that she didnt put her children in pain to get them to do what she didnt want to do. She put her children in pain for her own reasons. And if you have a parent who does that, you are going to have a parent that does the same thing.