Companiting draws the attention to an important process in society, to the dealing of parents and caregivers with children, i.e. what children need such that they can fully develop their talents. The contribution of parents and caregivers to the growing up of children is considered in depth. Today the situation is all but child-inclined, life- and man-friendly. Companiting emphasizes two aspects: the inner deficits of parents and caregivers, the resulting inculcating dealing with children and the consequences for the life of these adolescents. Companiting presents ways into a more child-inclined situation.