These days people have asked me about how unattachment works on parenting. Seems that they can understand no to be attached to material stuff, but not to people.
I currently live with far less attachments than I did years ago and I tend to live by the day when it comes to personal relationships.
The thing is I am not a dad* and I can't know how it is to be attached to your kid.
So my questions to the Treeleaf dads and moms are:
How do you live unattached to your kids?
How do you teach unattachment to them?
* I am a dad, but I don't see my daughter since she was 1 year and a half. She's 15 now. Long story.