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Why do White American families lack closeness, bond, feeling

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Re: Why do White American families lack closeness, bond, fee

Post by Winston » October 15th, 2017, 6:45 pm

Moretorque wrote:
Winston wrote:Btw an expat in asia told me something interesting. He said that white American families usually alienate their children as infants, because they put their newborn babies in a crib in a separate room. But asian families sleep with their newborn babies in their own bed. So the baby feels connected to their parents from the outset whereas white American families immediately make them feel disconnected. He told me this was a major difference that screws up the American psyche early on. Thats interesting. I didnt notice that before.
Did you sleep with your son next to you Winston?
When he was a baby yes. But not now. However he is so used to sleeping with dianne that he still wants to do it and wont grow out of it. I guess in Philippines thats normal cause poor families do try to sleep all clumped together on the floor. Lol
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