In your opinion which do you feel is more important a mother & child bond or a father & child bond?
I understand that having a parent not there has drawbacks, no matter which one it is, but I just want to know which people in general felt was more influential.
Neither is more important, children need both male and female role models.
There is no either or situation, a child needs both! If I had to choose mom for girl (for female situations) and for a boy I cannnot choose.
Both Bonds are of equal importance..
Remember your children have enough love for you both, taking it away from one does not mean you will get double. Play fair!
Well the answer is a bit of a leader to my hub - 'A good place to start' and the answer is "Simon".
- a) mother and child - IMAO
I won't try and give my reasons here - Its in the hub - ciou
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