Who do you think is responsible for the gromming of a child in the family and wh

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  1. profile image51
    novel-expposted 6 years ago

    Who do you think is responsible for the gromming of a child in the family and what are your reasons

    the upbringing of a child greatly influences who he becomes and the society at large.who do you think is responsible for this grooming?the mother or father or both.

  2. New 2011 Mom profile image59
    New 2011 Momposted 6 years ago

    I believe it should be both, as long as they both can raise the child to be a good role model for future generations to his/her peers including classmates, friends, and whomever they come into contact with. If the parents views are not the same about certain situations then that's a good thing because having a one side minded child may not be the best thing. I see both sides of a situation and I see how it could affect me in a positive and negitive way. The whole point of growing up and getting older is to learn. This is how I got to be the person that I am. I'm in a bad spot right now, but I am working towards a better future by looking at my options in two ways, and honestly it has taught me so much and it is leading me to a good future. I learned all of the pros and cons to a situation from my mom and dad, and they see things differently which is why I believe I am the way I am right now.

  3. Monisajda profile image73
    Monisajdaposted 6 years ago

    Both parents when they are present. For younger children it needs to be mom or the person who is with them the most of the time.

  4. profile image51
    novel-expposted 6 years ago

    i want to say thank you to all that contributed their answers to my question.am very grateful for your efforts

  5. gmwilliams profile image84
    gmwilliamsposted 5 years ago

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    It all depends upon the circumstances and individual families involved.  In many postmodern families, both parents take an active role in raising their children.  In more traditional families, the mother assumes the more dominant role in raising the children. In small and medium sized families, it is the parents who raise and teach the children.  In large and very large families, the oldest or older children oftentimes assume the parenting role as the parents are too overwhelmed to raise a large number of children by themselves.

 
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