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Two Types of Poor Parents

Updated on May 15, 2016

Poor parents produce poor children. Poor children that, commonly, also become poor parents. Poor children are produced by poor parents. Poor parents that, commonly, also are poor children. Poorness is the pattern that poor parents and poor children undergo. Poor parents that initiate the pattern of poorness. Poorness is the cycle that poor parents and poor children undergo. Poor parents that actualize the cycle of poorness. The pattern of poorness is initiated, the cycle of poorness is actualized, by the two types of poor parents: Poverty transmitters and Responsibility passers.

Poverty transmitters are the poor parents that mindlessly transmit poverty to their children. Poverty transmitters are the poor children that are ambitionless; and when they become poor parents, they transmit the poverty of the ambitionless, of their family, to their children. Poverty transmitters perpetuate the poverty.

Responsibility passers are the poor parents that intentionally pass responsibility to their children. Responsibility passers are the poor children that are unsuccessful; and when they become poor parents, they pass the responsibility of obtaining success, for their family, to their children. Responsibility passers disown the responsibility.

The pattern of poorness is initiated by poor parents, poor parents that are Poverty transmitters. The cycle of poorness is actualized by poor parents, poor parents that are Responsibility passers. Poverty transmitters, that are the poor parents, that mindlessly transmit the poverty of the ambitionless. Responsibility passers, that are the poor parents, that intentionally pass the responsibility of obtaining success.

Two Types of Poor Parents

Ae Clane

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