Parents Need Help

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Parents Need Help
Walter DeShazier
ENG/215 Effective Academic Writing
September 23, 2011
Vickie Stewart

Parents Need Help
Although parents have the sole obligation for monitoring their child, raising children is a hard job. The accountability for training good valves to a child should fall solely on the parents. Violent and sexually video games are played by children under age. Raising children is a hard job, parents need help. Raising children is a fulltime job. The best parents sometimes need a break from their children. There has been a time when parents could leave their child with anyone like a neighbor or a neighborhood teenager. Those days have passed and gone. Parents have it hard finding someone he or she can trust to watch his or her children. Society has required more attention for children than the typical babysitter or even daycare centers can provide. The responsibility for preparing a child with good values should fall solely on the mother and father. Some people say parents should not accept the sole responsibility or obligation by themselves. Others feel like Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich that raising a child is a divided responsibility. “Parenting is hard work and the state has a compelling interest in helping parents raise their children to be upstanding men and women” ( The most important reason raising children is a hard job is that violent or sexually video games are played by children under age every day. Too many video games teach children the wrong values about life. Most video games use violence and rage. These types of video are not acceptable for most parents. What happen to children playing like children not like gang assassins? A parent cannot just simply restrict the material from a child parents must also explain to the child why he or she is restricted from that material (King, 2008). Popular video games have increased in graphic details over the years. Children are expos...
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