WHAT ARE THE LIKELY STRENGTH AND WEAKINESSES OF A MAN BROUGHT UP BY A FEMALE SINGLE PARENT

EMIRINAH - posted on 09/13/2012 ( 3 moms have responded )

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THAKX FOR THE GREAT WORK YOU ARE DOING,MAY GOD BLESS YOU.

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE STRENGTH AND WEAIKINESSES OF A MAN WHO WAS BROUGHT UP BY A FAMALE SINGLE PARENT.

ABOUT THE STRENGHT AND WAEKINESSES OF A MAN WHO WAS BROUGHT UP BY MALE SINGLE PARENT.



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Bobbie - posted on 09/13/2012

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Wow, what a deep question. I would have to say that nurture and nature take a role in the results. Regardless of female or male parent, the nurturing, morals, character and strength in what that person believes in is what molds a child. For instance, I was raised by a single mother. She was self centered, self serving, never home and thought that a child's needs were met if there was food on the table and a roof over their head. My friend, a neighbor boy my age, was raised at the same time by a single father who worked just as often as my mother did and was gone from the home as often as my mother was. His father however was gone, not out seeking attention of the opposite sex as my mother was, but in service of his community or church. He showed service to others and had strong values. He had boundaries for his son and took the time to teach him self worth, good manners and a strong sense of right and wrong. My mother demonstrated none of these values herself nor did she spend anytime teaching them to us. We were not taught social skills or manners. I was therefor reprimanded for not knowing better than to cover when I coughed. For picking at my nose and especially for not knowing how to interact with grace and manners with other children. My self esteem suffered greatly for this reaction to me from others for my mothers failings to prepare me for life.

Another example:

A woman raising a son who projects her needs upon him to be all things she needs and treats him as if he is her world will raise a son that is confused as to what is expected of him in an adult relationship. Men raised by gay fathers who place the same pedestal status to their son are unknowingly raising them in the same environment with the same result. Unprepared and spoiled, they are not aware of how they are self serving men. They will continue to expect more than they give in their relationships.

All men brought up by a consistently loving person who expects much, gives them the right amount of all things in balance will raise a well balanced consistently giving and loving man.

Ella - posted on 09/13/2012

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He probly would act older than he is is my only suggestion,my son was brought up by me only up until a certain age I thought he would turn out quite girls but defiantly not

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