Myth #1: Parents
usually succeed in fulfilling and maintaining their
children's ideal that "my parents are like God."
Myth #2: The
culture, society, and world are supportive of the tremendous
challenges facing parents in child-rearing today.
Myth #3: Children
are property of their parents.
Myth #4: The best
way to contribute to a child's happiness is to focus all of
your attention on making your child happy.
Myth #5: Parenting
is similar after a divorce.
Myth #6: The
quality of the love relationship between parents makes
little difference in the happiness of children.
Myth #7: There are
sufficient examples of true parents who practice true love
in the society, nation and world.
Myth #8: The
responsibilities of model parents of true love do not extend
to the community, society, nation and world.
Myth #9: Only
people whose own parents were model parents of true love are
able to give that example to their children, community, and
Myth #10: The
notion that ideal parenthood consists of a husband and wife
who love each other and are faithful to each other is
limited and outdated.