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Do you think the saying, it takes a village to raise a child true?
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I definitely think it takes a village to raise a child do you need a lot of support I don't believe it that village has to be blood at all though
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I totally agree with you, Brittany Briggs. 95% of our family is not by blood.
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Hey, are you guys moms? I was wondering if one of you lovely ladies want to be my lovely lady. Ha ha ha!
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SHUT UP!
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True it does really take a village to raise a child you know there is a Chinese saying that this is it research offered to educate a child is difficult because it depends on the environment
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Imagine your child live in the environment occupied with people who are positive minded, business minded. Your son or daughter is going to be like one of them.
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Your environment is going to shape who you are and what you are and what you are going to be and who you are going to be. So, yes, it is important, the environment.
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Following the Chinese culture, a lot of my life, my children are obsessed with obtaining qi. The connection and frequencies of positivity is a great environment.
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That's fax by the way your voice sexy as hell
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I think humans are by nature community oriented mammals so we definitely need a village to raise our children together and I think we're meant to live in communities.
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Let's take it back to nature.
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I agree and disagree, you can do it as a single mum but it is a lot easier with people around you.
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I don't think the as I mean as a kid of a single mom I don't think you I necessarily lost anything I just also I sought out more experiences than like just being around my mom you know
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You're definitely right Mark Brewer. I have siblings, however, still a single child in the home with both parents spoiled, with one parent which my mom spoiled or my dad spoiled.
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I also think it's true. I think it takes ability to raise a child. Plus, I think it's good to have interaction with a lot of people and people with different skills that they can learn from.
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Yes I think it does cause ignored it as possible for someone to do it alone but it's a lot and the more help the better and the easier it is for you so I think you know it
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I appreciate the kids in the background going off, Alissa. That was a major point. So much more valid.
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Alissa your house sounds like mine. I love it.
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Yeah those kids you hear in the background are my students so not only in my mother to a three month old baby but I also teach three--year-olds 25 of them at that
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I believe in this statement. Yes, it's true because when you have a child that's raised in an environment where there's lots of loving people and lots of different perspectives, you can create a critical thinker.
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It could take a village but sometimes one person can do it all alone I believe. It's not impossible and it's not like it's never been done before. It would be easier but I mean it doesn't take a village.
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I truly do think the saying it does take a village to raise a child is true because I feel like you need that other support whether it be like your mom or like your in-laws or just any other support.
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Yes, I love that dynamic and I always have. It's way better when a community is behind you versus you trying to do everything by yourself.
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I totally agree and I think that even as we get older we need community in our lives, right? Like, doesn't really matter what age, even past children, we all need community because we're by nature meant to be around folks.
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100% I just wish my family village lived closer but it's definitely easier when you have friends and neighbors and family to lean on and vice versa.
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Yeah, Katie, I definitely agree. It's super tough to find that community that, you know, group of people that you can always rely on, and go through the stages of life together. Seems like everybody's on a different page nowadays.
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