Knowledge can be scary


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#2 is a terror. He has always had a problem keeping his hands to himself and it just seems to be getting worse. This isn’t his only problem, just his worse. I have tried everything I can think of. Last night in my Abnormal Psychology class, we were discussing head injuries. You see, when #2 was 16 months old, he was in an accident and he got a minor skull fracture. There is no visible damage, but I wonder what personality effects it has had on him. Would he have been a difficult child anyways, or was it the head injury? Was it something I did or did not do?

When we began discussing the effects of head injuries, my mind automatically went to my son. Our instructor told us that research has shown people to have personality differences after a head injury, even when there is not any damage on brain scans. I just have to wonder, what would #2 be like if he hadn’t had the head injury?

Sometimes, knowledge is dangerous.

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2 thoughts on “Knowledge can be scary

  1. My eldest has the same problem! He try’s to love his brother, but this usually consists of pulling on his ears, poking his eyes, laying on him, all while he is licking his head/face… Sometimes he’s a little much!

    I agree that sometimes knowledge is dangerous! It also can be fear inducing. My OBGYN actually banned me from Google while I was pregnant!

    Anyways, that Google ban is a whole different ball of wax! Just wanted to stop by and say hi! I totally get the criticism thing you mentioned in an earlier post! Totally right there with ya! Lovin’ your blog!

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