Using the anxiety parents have about violent video games as an example, Byron Katie encourages the audience to explore their fears, question them, and what else may be just as true.
As a parent, you may be terrified that your child will become a criminal or go to prison because he is spending all his time playing video games. Once these fears are investigated, understanding can replaces fear, and you can join your child in a place of love.
“Once you write a Worksheet on what you fear will happen to your child and question your thoughts,” Katie says, “you find words to say to your children that are clear and kind and loving. You know yourself, you know your limits, and because you’re clear with yourself, you can be absolutely clear with your child.”