When you bring a child into this world, they are your responsibility. It's your job to love them unconditionally, no matter who they turn out to be. Sadly, this isn't the reality for everyone. For many young people, getting to know yourself and discovering your sexual identity can be a difficult and scary process. On top of this, a big number of people have the worry that their family may not accept them for who they are. A lot of LGBT youth are not accepted by their families, which often leads to them being disowned. This is something their parents should face penalties for.
Lately he's taken to sleeping in my room, my eleven-year-old. It isn't nightmares keeping him awake and robbing us both of peace, it's the panic. Hours into what I insist will be a quick article on anxiety I finally commit to print what I've easily admitted out loud; My son's anxiety and OCD are suffocating me. The feelings that wash over me as I look across the room to watch him sleep, are not what any mother should have to experience. At the sight of my sleeping son, afloat in the largeness of my bed, I am filled with a heady mixture of love and sorrow…fear and panic.
Many of us are now being required to stay at home due to COVID-19, and this is so challenging when you have young children at home. While many schools are switching to remote learning, I have noticed how anxious many parents are about assisting their children in their education while keeping them busy in isolation. I empathize with this stress, and that is why I wanted to share with you some resources to help make your time at home more enjoyable for you and your children!
I was 25 years old when my daughter was born. Her biological father and I didn’t stay together for a number of reasons, and my now husband came into her life when she turned one. He took on the role of fatherhood organically when he moved in with us. Since then, we’ve built a life together as Mom, Dad and Little Tiny (my daughter’s nickname for herself).
Autumn 2011. North West England, UK.
Every single parent has it in their right mind to act sane and plead purity when tackling the newborn stage – no matter what child it is in the family tree. Nobody wants to talk about the insecurities and concerns over those first six months; especially Dads, who essentially hide every emotion and bury it in an hourglass. But, the truth is – there is a dark side to parenting.
There was this house full of water. This house was on a hill where no one wanted to go because of the fact that the house is full off water around every corner and the reasons for that I will tell you later in the story.
The current generation of kids is growing up with a lot of stress and pressure from academics and other co-curricular activities. Even when you try, you cannot help your children avoid these stress-related situations. This is why it has been observed that almost every school inculcates certain motivational values within the kids so that they can handle the daily pressure. As a parent, it is your responsibility to make sure that you are preparing your kids for the challenges that he is going to face. According to inc.com, the right inspirational quotes can help in boosting your kids to move forward. Given below is a list of the reasons why inspirational quotes are important for your kids.
People are usually confused about freedom. They think it's a situation in which you do whatever you want, to whomever you want, without boundaries, without caring about the consequences. So, they train their kids (without understanding it) to be obedient, trapped in behavioral molds and moved by stereotypes. They prefer it this way, instead of letting children remain free (as they come to this world). Because they forget, or they don't know the one thing that could teach them to use freedom well: Responsibility.