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Parents Missing in Action

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It is amazing how many men and women fail miserably at the single most important job they will ever have – that of being a parent.

So many do not take their responsibilities seriously or seem to understand their roles. The end result is that you have situations where children are raising themselves and instances where older siblings are forced to take on the responsibilities of caring for the younger one. Is there any wonder that there is a breakdown of moral values in society.

Parents love your children, support your children, make sacrifices for them if sacrifice is required. Be the best parents that you can be. Thumbs up to all the parents who are trying to raise their children right. To the single mothers and fathers nuff respect.

To the parents who don’t seem to give a damn, remember that once a man twice a child. The child that you neglect today may be the one whose help you may need in the future. Stop and take a look at your life. It is never too late to change.

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10 Comments

  1. ajaykohli says:

    Its easy to bear a child but its difficult to rear a child in a nice way .

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  2. SleepyVet says:

    All I can say after reading this…outstanding!

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  3. alanakh says:

    Marva, selfish parents are why we now have child support arrears of over $115 BILLION dollars nationally. With over $30B of that owed back to the Federal government for TANF, EBT and medicaid payments on kids who would not have needed or qualified for such help if the custodial parent was receiving court ordered child support. To break it down by one state– in Texas 48% of single mothers and 17% of single fathers are living below the poverty line. This translates to 100% of those kids… Texas alone owes it’s children over $14 BILLION in arrears. Where is the “march” for these kids? Where is the outrage?

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