While I do appreciate my parents a great deal in life, there were so many mistakes they made in my upbringing — at least in my opinion — that I remember having distinct conversations with my friends about how there should be a compulsory parenting course for new parents to sit which goes for 6 months. 6 months seems like a pretty good time frame to fit in the bare necessities that every parent should consider without those topics becoming controversial at all.
It’s true there are many things that are arguable with how to bring up a child, but there are just as many things that are not. As I site here with bad teeth and no jaw line, there’s no question my parents needed to act on that when I was an early teen — something I at the time just had no idea about and nor should have I been expected to know that. However, you would expect an adult to know the importance of correcting oral-related things during childhood and teenage years. The fact is now that I’m older these things cannot be fixed at all unless a surgeon was to essentially break my face. There are many things in life that should be considered necessities. Unarguable. Just the way they are. Dental work is one of them.
Then there are other times when mothers of new borne’s just don’t seem to be coping. Granted, we understand the difficulties of bringing up a young child and still having to keep your own head above water. In today’s day and age it’s a difficult thing to do. Money and jobs are two things that are hard to come by let alone actually focusing your attention on what you want to b in life and finding out your greater purpose if you were to believe in such a thing.
As deeply disturbing as the first photo appears to be of a mother out there who has left her young child in a sink with the water running overnight by accident as she spent all night on the internet, we can tell you there is a happy ending to this story.