Do you argue that solidly middle, upper middle, & upper class/highly educated parents raise
their children to be leaders, managers, professionals, & entrepreneurs while lower middle, working, upper lower, & lower class/less educated parents raise their children to be merely employees in dead-end jobs? Why? Why not?
Sadly, some parents (regardless of income levels) don't even "raise" their children. If we parents all "raise" our children, they will surely rise closer to their God-given potential. One caveat though, raise them to "Just Say No" and stay away from drugs!
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
middle, upper middle, and upper class parents wouldn't think of doing to their children in terms of their children's socioeconomic success, education, and future achievement?
by Grace Marguerite Williams6 months ago
Should only the upper middle & upper classes have children?I was listening to a great radio program hosted by Tom Leykis who indicated that poor people shouldn't have children because such children will be living in...
by Dear_hubs7 years ago
It has been a gray area for a long time that in the UK, sex below the age of 16 is illegal and many frown on it. I'll be honest, I lost my virginity at 15, however I am not a criminal, I have lead a community driven...
by H C Palting2 years ago
Do you believe that poorer and/or less educated people have more children whom they can't support?Do you know any ill effects to the child(ren) born to these families and society? If so, what are they?
by jenbeach2111 days ago
Do you think there are disadvantages to being a middle child?
by chaoticpsyche4 years ago
Every day I see some of the most stupidest people having children. Usually, at least it seems to me, those with less intelligence keep having child after child, often when they cannot afford them. I sometimes think it...
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