It’s difficult to argue with the facts.
But perhaps we should be asking ourselves this question: “Why are we doing this?”
Is this not a type of suicide?
Would it not be insane for us to NOT promote “best practice” activities?
Would it not be ludicrous for us to NOT tell someone that danger lies ahead if they embarked upon a particular path, course of action or behavior?
No one in their right mind would ever say that we loved or cared for that person precisely because we simply failed to warn them. For indeed, though we may say that we do love them, we do not behave as if we do, because love is not in words only.
In fact, love cannot exist in words only.
Love exists in evidence, and in abundance of action.
The single-mom catastrophe
The demise of two-parent families in the U.S. has been an economic catastrophe for society.
By Kay S. Hymowitz
June 3, 2012
The single-mother revolution shouldn’t need much introduction. It started in the 1960s when the nation began to sever the historical connection between marriage and childbearing and to turn single motherhood and the fatherless family into a viable, even welcome, arrangement for children and for society. The reasons for the shift were many, including the sexual revolution, a powerful strain of Read the rest of this entry »