The Different Aspects Of Gender Roles

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Thesis statement: The different aspects of gender roles varies when it comes to raising a child; there are the physical and emotional attributes, society’s expectations, the governmental aid given to males versus females, single parenting, co-parenting, how parenting differs with the gender of the child, and the outcome of the child based on how they were raised. Raising a child can be a very demanding job, for some it is a full-time job. It can be very stressful raising a child, there are many different aspects in doing so. A parent would not only want their child to be smart and successful, and they(they would) also want them to be happy. Happiness is a very important component of a child’s life and can potentially have an effect on their future. Happiness not only can affect a child’s education but as well as their health, there are many different ways to raise a child and many different people have their own opinions on the subject. CIATAION. One that wants to raise a child well has to let the child to bond not only with the mother but bond with the father as well, it is important to have good relationships with both parents for their emotional being. There can be many different aspects of raising a child, both a mother and a father play a big role in a child’s life. Typically, one would say that it is more of the mother’s job to raise a child. This day in age most every woman works and do not stay at home with their children anymore. Stay at home mothers have declined over the years. In 1967, forty-nine percent of mothers stayed at home mothers. That proportion steadily dropped through the decades until 1999, when only twenty-three percent of moms stayed at home (Galley, 2016). Many of these women have decided to go back... ... middle of paper ... ...r. I am a single mother of a one-year-old, this without a doubt is the toughest job I have ever done. I am in charge of doing everything for her, by myself, all of the time. I think that I have increased my multitasking skills quite a bit since having her. I never thought I could hold a twenty-pound baby and vacuum at the same time all while talking on the phone. While I do believe the majority of my research is true, I don’t think my daughter will ever be “unhappy” in life just because she does not live in a home with her mother and father. I do believe that it is important for her to have good stable relationships with both me and him. It is also very important for me and her father to co-parent because she should not have to wonder why her parents are fighting or should not have to see any of that, at the end of the day it will only make her stressed and confused.
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