Are children better off with a good mom and a dad, or is parenting irrelevant to their well being?
I wrote a hub on "Parents and Children" TO ENLIGHTEN the spirit on how to present words and knowledge to your children.It will bring you to a point of awareness. Both parents are always best for a child.But one parent should not tell them one thing,and the other parent tell them something else,it would only create confusion.Just click on my picture to view my hubs
It is a combination of nature and nurture. I have read stories about siblings seperated at birth that grew up in opposite sides of the country and had the same favorite foods and hobbies and so on. Some things are born in us. Some are learned by our experiences.
by Jaggedfrost 8 months ago
Does it ever bother you when you treat your children better then you were ever treated?I don't begrudge how I treat my boys but as I care for them I sometimes find myself envying them. Is that strange, why or why not?
by kookoo88 7 years ago
Are you raising your children better than your parents raised you?
by gjfalcone 6 years ago
Do you think stay at home Dads are "lazy"?
by Over The Hill 7 years ago
Isn`t this an unbalanced union that`s not beneficial for the children.Has it not been said by doctors and psychiatrist that a child needs both male and female instruction in growing up to be well balanced and healthy?
by chaoticpsyche 5 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 would be better for all if there was an IQ requirement for having children. I...
by chaunatye 2 years ago
Why don't kids respect parents anymore?
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