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Why is it, if your house is clean and organised, you are viewed as being a 'good

  1. A Lady Like profile image67
    A Lady Likeposted 7 years ago

    Why is it, if your house is clean and organised, you are viewed as being a 'good' parent?

    Is it society, or are WE ourselves our own worse critics?

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  2. MickS profile image70
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Who are the better parents, those who bring up their kids in a clean and tidy home, or those that bring up their kids in a filthy, tip?  Generally, it is the former.  Of course, this has to be tempered with the treatment of the kids; the mother in a clean and tidy home may be a child beater, and the mother in the tip may show lots of loving attention.

  3. nighthag profile image82
    nighthagposted 7 years ago

    a perfectly clean home, can be only achieved by those super mums types.  but dare we not have all our washing folded, or every cup washed we are open to criticism past the state of our kitchen or laundry...its now open war fare on our parenting skills.

    I guess its easy to sit back and judge, to let the  imagination wander into the realms of what other things that parent may not be doing...

    but as long as they are loved with all their needs meet what should it matter how tidy their enviroment is or isnt...

  4. drbillfannin profile image60
    drbillfanninposted 7 years ago

    Kids don't care about the cleanliness of their home, so long as it isn't a dump. Kids like love, attention, and understanding. That's what counts.

 
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