With today’s cultural indoctrination being so prevalent, should you consider becoming a stay at home parent?
This is a valid question. One many parents should consider.
Considering the average American parent spends about two minutes in real meaningful dialogue with their teenagers each day, what do you think kids are exposed to or engaged in the other 23 hours and 58 minutes? Or, what about when we’re not even home to monitor their activities?
To put this in perspective, let’s think about all we did that our parents weren’t aware of when we were teens.
Now add to the equation, Junior’s access to round-the-clock digital perversions and those of all his friends.
Should we perhaps rethink the merits of downsizing a bit so that we can afford at least one parent to be a full-time mentor to our kids at home?
Conversation Starter: What are your thoughts on becoming a stay at home parent?
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