Better Parenting for the Future Generation
We are living in troubled times. Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce, and many don’t give it a fighting chance. Our own happiness and entertainment takes precedence over our spouses and children. Career has crept up into first place, intruding on family time. It is an age where children expect cell phones by the third grade, and not just any cell phones, the iPhone. The designer clothes we are wearing, the size house we are living in, the brand of cars we drive and type of vacations we take, cloud over the responsibility we all have to care for the poor and needy. It’s a time where reality TV is popular and we watch wealthy housewives spoil kids with elaborate birthday parties and over the top gifts. Teen moms are officially in the lime light, as a popular way to live life. Many of them have no problem with fist fighting and swearing like sailors on TV. Many unmarried women of today are abandoned by their baby daddies.