Our expert says:
Ech, little ones test parents, bioparents or de facto parents. And in an important sense, they're really testing themselves, and the boundaries of their own powers.
And sometimes a kid is paticularly wrapped up in himself, some days, rather than actually ignoring you ; sufficiently used to you to be able to take you for granted ; though this can feel like rejection, especially if one is in a situation in which you happen to expect rejection.
Notice that in your question you seek to "feel loved" by him, rather than to "BE loved" by him. So, accurately, its more of an issue of your feelings than his feelings.
I agree with Maria about avoiding over-indulging a child because you feel sorry for their plight, as over-indulgence may in reality be more of a damaging plight than a bereavement too young to fully recognize or utterly feel it.
I don't see why he would hate you at any time.
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