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Some might call it guilding the lily; he just calls it fun, and laughs when he does it.

The purpose of this role is to hide from the chaos, condlict and stress of their family.

As a result they hide – often in plain sight, but hiding never the less.

Unfortunately, these learned roles become their way of interacting with the world.

Although every one has a bit of every role, for these children, they become more comfortable with a specific one and as a result, live within its constraints for a life time.

As a result, they are often overlooked but this leaves them feeling lonely, rejected and isolated. They spend much time in these kinds of activities: Daydreaming Fantasizing Reading Watching TV Playing video games Studying lots Playing in their room Play ‘pretend’ behind the sofa or drapes Building things with Lego or a similar toy Hanging out at the library, playground or other place away from home Every child does some of these, but for the lost Child, they excel at being ‘out of sight’ and end up being ‘out of mind’. This child expects nothing and wouldn’t know how to make his or her wants known if they could identify them.

The conundrum is they get what they want but that result leaves them feeling empty. Their teachers try to get them to participate more in class. Ironically, their disconnection from their family and themselves leaves them without knowledge of what they want or what is reasonable to expect from life and relationships.Posted by Louise Behiel in adult children, Louise Behiel, recovery, self help | 410 comments The third of the four roles is the Lost Child.Remember, in a family with an emotionally absent parent, the other parent is focused on the ‘missing’ one. As a result of their emotional absence, the children learn to cope by adopting certain behavior styles.Can you feel the loneliness and isolation of this child? This year is running an anti-Valentine’s campaign of sorts.And in rejecting those overtures, they further confine themselves to a world of loneliness and isolation. If you feel a connection with this material, feel free to email me, leave a comment or contact a health professional.