Raising a Child
Raising a Child
Both Parents Should Assume Equal Responsibility in Raising a Child A child growing up with both parents and a child growing up in single parent house have significant differences. The well being and development of a child, both psychologically and physically, rely vastly on how well each parent performs their roles. Taking care of a child is not an easy task but it is crucial that both parents assume equal responsibility in raising a child since children gets behaviors, manners from their mother and responsibility and braveness from their father.
In a typical house with both parents, father works for income of the family and mother take care of the child so both parents have plenty of time to perform their roles well. For example, a child’s father will work for income to provide the family’s needs whereas a child’s mother will take care of the child for well being. As the result, the child gets care, warmth and wisdom from both parents. These make the child to grow up without any insecurity.
Also by having both parents, the child will get the knowledge that only a mother or a father can give. All these factors contribute in raising a strong, healthy and well balanced child. On the other hand, in a typical single parent house since there’s only a person, that person have to be both father and mother at the same time which means supplying the family with resources for surviving and take care of the child.
By only having one person doing the job for both parents, always leads to unsuccessful upbringing of a child due to lack of time. For example, a parent who’s working hard to supply the needs for the family won’t have time to take care of the child. As a result, the child will either end up in a day care center, in a friend or relative house who doesn’t give the same amount and quality of warmth and care as a parent can give. Then the child will grow up with insecurity and with weak personality.