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Why is it so hard to raise kids?

Thursday, February 21, 2013

This is the only job that you can't go to school for. If you take classes on how to cope with your children, they are only giving you their opinion or what they think works best. I just pray that the Lord help me everyday and do the best I can.
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  • v SENIORSWIMMER
    .....My prayers are with you as you raise yours.
    1222 days ago
  • v SENIORSWIMMER
    Because human beings are naturally stubborn, rebellious, and selfish creatures. We are many wonderful things too. Stubborn, rebellious, and selfish traits surface around age 2. The trick is to train those traits out of the child without being arrested for child abuse. My solution was not to have kids. That is a solution I still don't regret.
    1222 days ago
  • v MPETERSON2311
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    1224 days ago
  • v GZELLEFRO
    God is the best parent! Read the Bible and use a concordance for help on specific issues. My kids are grown and out of the house, and we still have issues with them!

    But remember that it is the most important job in the world! raising our kids to love God and be servants, our world will change!

    God bless! emoticon
    1226 days ago
  • v JKPONYGIRL
    There is just no way to prepare for being a parent, but try to enjoy every second of it. emoticon
    1226 days ago
  • v MALIAN1
    All I can say is......Hang In There!!!
    1226 days ago
  • v CARLENLLOYD
    I think if God gave us instruction books....we wouldn't find the joy in the challenges we face on a daily basis. :) emoticon
    1226 days ago
  • v ALICIA214



    Love is the biggest ingredient and as no two children are alike you work with their personalities . emoticon emoticon
    1226 days ago
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