What are THE WAYS that mothers of small (1-2 children per family) mothers are
more giving, involved, loving, and nurturing parents than mothers of large/very large families( 6 or more children per family) who are classified as uninvolved, unconcerned, underprotective, and even distant and unapproachable parents?
The ways are irrelevant in my opinion. What matters is that having a sensible number of children is more conducive to achieving balance in an advanced society. Without technology- particularly medical technology, it was necessary to have as many children as possible to offset high infant mortality rates and low life expectancies. This leads, of course, to wars, famines, and plagues to control population, as this planet does have a carrying capacity. On the flip side, if we want to keep this philosophical, this paradigm also promotes the idea of 'survival of the fittest.' As you, Grace, like to point out, over nurturing tends to lead to the weakest of a species prevailing which ultimately can lead to the demise of the species... Rather spectacularly.
Mothers of small families think before they have children. They've a warmer, involved attitude. Mothers of large families just have children. They've a harsher, more indifferent attitude. read more
by janesix 3 years ago
Should moms stay home with their kids? I think they should . It's better for the family in my opinion. At least until they are in school full time. The American family is falling apart, and mothers working and dumping kids off in daycare is part of the problem. Absentee dads is also a huge problem...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 months ago
Why are so many people from large families so defensive & go into attack mode when othersrightfully decry the former's abysmal socioeconomic & familial conditions of living on top of each other, constant socioeconomic struggle, inferior food, no medical care, castoff clothing, living in...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
To progressive and enlightened women out there, What makes mothers of large familiesstrongly assert that ALL WOMEN ought to have the same desires and lifestyle that THEY DO? What causes mothers of large families(6-more children per family) to contend that their family style is the only...
by Stacie L 4 years ago
After suffering a devastating miscarriage in December 2011, Michelle Duggar is trying to get pregnant again with her 20th child. The 19 Kids and Counting reality TV mom says she and husband Jim Bob Duggar are hoping to be "blessed" with another...
by Nichol marie 3 months ago
Do you know someone who is prejudice of larger families?Why do some people have an ignorant belief that moms of large families cannot be the same as moms with one or 2?
by Nichol marie 8 months ago
What is your Sterotype when you see a large family of 4 children or a small family of just 1 childDo u judge I dont judge on family size at all or those without children at all but I guesse this is a thing now
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