What are the ways that children in large families DON'T have normative childhoods & adolescence
e.g friends, hobbies, & cultural/intellectual activities like children in small families do? Children in large families (6-more children per household) don't have normal childhoods & adolescence like children in small families. They don't have any free time as they are inundated with adult responsibilities, often in early childhood. They aren't allowed the luxury of being normal children. Their childhood is taken away from them by their thoughtless, uncaring parents. They are adultlike as a result of their parent's irresponsible behavior.
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 weeks ago
Why are children from large families THE MOST LIKELY to be juvenile delinquents, gangmembers, teen mothers, school dropouts, the least educated, & be imprisoned as adults? Studies have shown that there is...
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 weeks ago
Why do parents of large to very large families tend to delegate the raising of the youngerchildren to the oldest sibling? Many parents from large to very large families (6 or more children) state that they...
by Nichol marie4 weeks 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
by Money Fairy3 years ago
Do you think a woman with more than 8 children has a mental problem?Isn't it just a little insane to have so many children? Unless you are a gazillionaire how on earth could you afford so many children? And how much...
by Nichol marie5 weeks 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 James Smith4 weeks ago
Are you sure it is not your own finances that you are most concerned with?
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