January 12th, 2011 → 5:01 pm @ admin
There are still many mothers who keep secrets from their children. At one of my recent book signings there was a gentleman who said he asked his mother on her dying bed who was his father. Unfortunately she refused to share it with him and she took the answer only she could give to her son to her grave. This gentleman was bitter and unforgiving from my perspective. Of course he disagreed but he kept saying that his “grandfather” was his father. So, what do you think?
January 2nd, 2011 → 6:43 am @ admin
Fathers are very key to the upbringing of their children. Whether the mother and father are still in a serious relationship or not the child should become their focus. Children don’t choose who becomes their parents, neither are they given the choice on what environment they grow up in. Most if not all families are dysfunctional in one way or another. Despite this dysfunction children can be reared with productive and healthy choices if parents take the time to explain the process. It is the parents responsibility to train up and teach their children. If anyone else partakes then that’s a bonus. Where are you in line in regards to raising your child or children?