Why do some people consider it a badge of honor to raise their children on a socioeconomic
shoestring mainly concentrating on the rudiments instead of exposing their children to the finer things of life e.g. attending plays/operas, going to fine restaurants, & travelling?
Everyone has a different idea on how they are going to raise their children. The reason is simple. They all have a master plan for later in their life. When they get older. No one wants to be alone in their late final days. Everyone plays phychology with their kids because they want the best for them. I respect every parent that do a good job with their kids. We all are sharing the planet. I pray they all do good to people.
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
Do you believe that most parents raise their children to be nondescript, average, conforming,& even adopt a slave-like, herd mentality? Do you further believe that most parents aren't capable of raising...
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 months ago
How can parents raise their children to socioeconomically thrive, even becomingsocioeconomically independent?
by igniter85035 months ago
Why don't people care for their kids anymore??In today's world we see more parents not taking care of their kids the right way either ditching them with other people to take care of or no caring for them in general why...
by Jeremy Gill2 years ago
What do you consider as an "ideal" number of children to raise?
by mspositive66 years ago
Children are our greatest investment, but did every parent receive this memo?Children did not ask to be here, they didn’t play a part in choosing their parents. A little boy once said that folks should acquire a...
by Innuentendre18 months ago
Can parents make their kids gay?Is it responsible parenting to intentionally influence a child to be homosexual, or is it homophobic to disagree with this practice?
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