Women Are Better Parents Than Men

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Women make better parents than men and this is the reason why they have the greater role in raising children in most societies. Others claim that men are just as good as women at parenting.

Introduction
A quality relationship between parents and their children is the most important thing in a family and in children’s development. For parents, the most precious asset of their life will always be their children. As a result, their priorities will be to raise their children’s to become better people and acceptable in the society. As parents, raising a child is not an easy job because of the fact that children need a lot of attention from their parent for their well being and sometimes can be very demanding in their nature.

By nature, men and women play different roles in raising a child. There is a saying that “men make house, women make a home”. In like manner, most of the time men have the responsibility to provide food for the family and it is the duty of the women to raise their kids and this trend have proceeded through the history until now. Although, this does not mean that men are not capable of raising or parenting their children. It is a well know fact that women make better parents than men and which I agree very strongly.

Parenting
The mother is the most enduring entity, and mother child relationship is the most beautiful relation in this world. As Arnold (2012), explain in his book, A true mother thinks day and night about the well-being of her children. She is the first to praise and comfort them and is also the first to protect them when she senses danger. It is she who has carried them and borne the pains of pregnancy and childbirth, and it is she who now continues to carry them in her heart. (p. 29) Even though, with the difficulties and pain she goes through during those nine months, the excitement of pregnancy till the birth a mother experience cannot be understood by...
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