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The Ten Biggest Myths of Parenting

 

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 beyond.

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that ideal parenthood consists of a husband and wife who love each other and are faithful to each other is limited and outdated.

 

 

 

 

 


"The law of heredity is that all undesirable traits come from the other parent."

-Anonymous

"A husband needs his wife and children.  A wife needs her husband and children.  The family is the place where we find these partners of love."

-Rev. Sun Myung Moon

 

 

 

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