What should you do if your child asks for a pet?

What should you do if your child asks for a pet?

If your child asks to get a hamster, a guinea pig, a rabbit, a cat or a puppy, this article is for you.

There are sweeties with big expressive eyes as if they looked straight inside your soul. They are easily moved to tears, and at every trifle they shed floods of them. They love and feel sorry for everyone and anything: animals, plants and toys. They are open, sincere, communicative and emotional, afraid of darkness, ask you to be with them while they fall asleep with the lights on.

Not every child behaves like that. If the description above reminds you of your child, then without a doubt he or she has the visual vector.

What does it mean? How do you raise such a child? What mistakes can be avoided?

The most important thing in development of such child is emotional connection with their mother. If it is absent, a child creates it with a teddy bear and later asks for a pet.


The very visual child asks you to buy him a pet. It is impossible to refuse, as it can help to develop an ability to be compassionate and responsible and there are fewer chances of distracting his mother – we can think up a lot of satisfactory arguments to justify the purchase of a pet.

The child will be happy. He will love his friend and take care of it truly. Why is it not good then? Why is it dangerous?

Small animals don't live long. So a child starts loving a hamster, and it dies suddenly! Emotional connection rupture is catastrophic for a visual child. Stressful conditions switch on a protective mechanism that is not psychic, but physiological. When something causes them suffering, they subconsciously refuse their qualities that caused the suffering. The loss of a close friend is a severe blow for a sense organ that inevitably causes a few diopters eyesight deterioration. It is observed that there is a direct connection between the strength of emotional connection and the degree of child's defenselessness. A child who developed up to the level when he is able to love people, he won't go blind because his emotional connection with people is stronger than with animals.

Doctors can't find the exact reason why eyesight worsens. Parents may think that it can be over studying at school, computers or TV. In spite of the fact that they remove the reason, the eyesight continues going bad. How do we avoid this?

Visual child development means development of their sensitivity. Fear is a primary emotion of a visual child. Their imagination is able to horrify them when envisioning a spider. There is a need to turn fear inside out by means of reading good books and teaching him to sympathize with their characters. That way, fear turns inside out into sympathy when they are scared not for themselves – but for someone else. The earlier the child learns how to read, the better. Literature has to be of a good quality, not scary fairy tales, and where main characters are not animals but people. Books have to teach him to be sympathetic.

A transition from fear to sympathy and love is the peak of visual vector development. Such a person is beautiful!


Perhaps you have heard of people who have extreme love for animals and they have 20-30 cats in their apartment or feed strays on the street. These kinds of people neither experience love for people nor sympathize with them. At some point their development stopped on the level of pity toward animals, and they continue clinging to an emotional connection with them. Pity toward animals is not bad at all. It is a pity that they have never developed their qualities enough to love people, though.

What are underdeveloped visual people? They are hysteric individuals who are afraid of their own shadow. They are followers of esoteric sects and theories, like going to fortune tellers and astrologists. They are adults who can't say goodbye to their teddy bears and love horror films or some other sources of emotion. Finally, they are potential victims of criminals and murderers. Fear living inside of them doesn't let them live.

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Posted on: June 2, 2013
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