Are we better parents now or have we just lost control of our streets.
Are the threats to children's safety so much greater now then they were thirty years ago, or are we just more overprotective, or better informed? In any case, how do you think this will affect children's self confidence when they become adults?
good question but hard to answer. I say that we are better informed and that's what makes us more over protective. Which can affect or children for the better or worse. It seems that no matter how much I stress on the fact of the pediphiles out there and let my daughter watch those true story movies like Megan's Missing, she will still engage in risky behavior with her friends! I don't know if it is because she feels aware of the bad situations out there that she knows what to look for or she just doesn't take it seriously as she should!
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
Do you think that parents who were only children themselves make better parents of only childrenthan parents who grew up with siblings?
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
raising and instilling parameters in their children? Why? Why not?
by cooldad6 years ago
When will people realize that true change is not about what a politician thinks or does? It's about YOU. Only people, one by one can change our society for the better. Stop hiding behind archaic...
by Akshara985 months ago
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by loveofnight4 years ago
Is it possible for a parent to stand in their child's way, how ?
by Julia Chang6 years ago
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